What is copyright? When does it apply in the classroom? How do you know when it is in practice? Full of FAQs and real-life examples, this is an essential guide for educators in schools, TAFEs, universities and other institutions to be confident working with copyright.
With The Public Domain, you'll get specific information about finding copyright-free writings, music, art, photography, software, maps, databases, videos, and more. Find out: how to find public domain materials how to handle challenges to public domain claims public domain'gray areas'copyright protections and expirations use of public domain art or film for advertising or other commercial purposes web content in the public domain how to research copyright office records, and how to get permission to use work not in the public domain.
What copyright law protects....and doesn't No writers like to see their hard work or creativity copied by others - or to be accused of copying. Fortunately, The Copyright Handbook provides everything you need to protect yourself! Find information and forms to help you: register your work maximize copyright protection transfer ownership of copyright avoid infringement deal with infringers understand the'fair use'rule get permission to use copyrighted work profit from your copyright.
What is copyright decision-making? Do you have processes in place to identify and manage copyright risks? What should you do if your institution receives a copyright infringement notice? This book is relevant for those who want to advance their knowledge of copyright working in educational institutions.