Copyright on the Internet
Fair Use
"Fair Use is not always easily determined, but in general, it covers educational use research, new, commentary, and criticism, and is meant to allow small portions of copyrighted works to be used in limited ways"
Florence McGinn, Doug Gorton, & Emily Judson; Technology & Learning, May 1999


Fair Use Factors:

  1. Purpose of the use: commercial nature or educational/nonprofit nature
  2. Nature of the use: commercial nature or educational/nonprofit nature
  3. Size of the use: allows the duplication of a chapter of a book (for appropriate purposes but NOT the duplication of the entire book
  4. Effect of the use: Owner's ability to make money off of the work or devaluing


Fair Use
http://www.benedict.com/Info/FairUse/FairUse.aspx

Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia
http://www.adec.edu/admin/papers/fair10-17.html

Copyright & Fair Use
http://fairuse.stanford.edu/


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