In this episode, the instructional designers from Academic Innovation (Jinnette Senecal, Celia Coochwytewa, Aaron Kraft, and Steven Crawford) define key terms and concepts related to copyright that are of particular importance to educators, identify how and when to get expert help in navigating issues related to copyright, and reflect on the decision points for using copyrighted materials without explicit permission.
Resources from the episode:
- Copyright: Copyright for instructors
- About Creative Commons licenses
- Know your copy rights
- A Fair Use primer for graduate students (Inside Higher Ed – GradHacker)
- Copyright and primary sources (Library of Congress)
- U.S. Copyright Office Fair Use Index
- Trademark, Patent, or Copyright? (US Patent and Trade Office)
- A fair(y) use tale
Jinnette apologizes if she horribly mispronounced Heather VanMouwerik’s name.
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