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Copyright and Fair Use

Copyright refers to the legal rights to an original work.

Copyright & Fair Use

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Researchers can make single copies of articles from library journals to use for research.Critics can excerpt dialogue from a book as part of a published review of the work.Fair use also applies to education.

Fair use applies to situations involving criticism, comment, news reporting, educational use, and research associated with copyrighted material.

Are there any limitations/expectations to owners' rights?Libraries are allowed to make copies under certain circumstances. Works produced by the U.S. government cannot be copyrighted.

What rights do copyright owners have?The copyright owner is entitled to:copy the work, create derivative works, distribute or sell the work, and perform or display the work in public.

What are copyrighted materials?Copyrighted materials are original works od authorship that are fixed in any tangible medium of expression.

How long does copyright last?Copyrighted works are protected for the life of the author plus 70 years.

Common Sense Education. "Copyright and Fair Use." Youtube. 5 September 2014. Web. 13 April 2015.

Fair use guidlines must be applies case by case.


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