Complete Copyright for K-12 Librarians and Educators by Carrie Russell

By Carrie Russell

University librarians and educators have particular copyright questions which are usually glossed over in greater books at the topic. Now, because of best-selling copyright authority Carrie Russell, there is a source only for them, delivering transparent counsel for delivering fabrics to scholars while
carefully gazing copyright legislation. utilizing whimsical illustrations so popular from Complete Copyright, Russell

  • Offers specified suggestion at the precise problems with highbrow estate within the tuition setting
  • Explores eventualities usually encountered by way of educators, similar to utilizing copyrighted fabric in class performs, band and orchestra performances, bulletin board monitors, and pupil participation in social media
  • Precisely defines reasonable use, empowering readers by way of displaying precisely what is attainable in the law

Balancing highbrow estate legislation with the rights of college librarians and educators can be a snap with an help from Complete Copyright for okay 12 Librarians and Educators.

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Lindsey’s Copyright Is Infringed Plagiarism versus Infringement— Don’t Confuse the Two CHAPTER 2 24 Going to Court Lindsey has a few options to consider if she really wants to sue a colleague for copyright infringement. The best option is to try to work the situation out with the alleged infringer before hiring a lawyer and heading to court. If Lindsey chooses to litigate, she faces a situation that would require a flowchart to illustrate. • • • • • • • Think about what you really want out of the case.

The amount of work performed: Only portions of the songs are played, suggesting that the use is more likely fair. The effect on the market for the work: All of the music has been previously purchased, indicating a minimal effect on the market for the work. Some might suggest that the performances could enhance future sales of the works to students. Determination: This use is fair with factor four—effect on the market—an important consideration because the music has been purchased. Another aspect of this use that influences our fair use determination is that the use is fairly innocuous.

Statutory damages are determined by the court and would depend on various issues. Was the infringement willful? Was the infringer completely unaware of having infringed? Statutory damages can range from $750 to $30,000 per infringement and can be raised to $150,000 per infringement. If the infringer was unaware, damages may be lowered to $200 per infringement. • • • • • • Think about any related claims you would like to include in the complaint; you won’t be able to raise them in a separate suit.

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