Creative Commons Copyright Resources WIKI
From CUNY Academic Commons
CUNY Copyright Information:
- Aoki, Keith, James Boyle, and Jennifer Jenkins. Bound by Law? Tales from the Public Domain. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2008. <http://www.law.duke.edu/cspd/comics/digital.html>. - An introduction to copyright law in comic book form.
- Baruch College's Interactive Guide to Using Copyrighted Media in Your Courses - Detailed and easy to use walkthrough for using copyrighted media in both online and face-to-face classrooms. Includes lots of scenarios to help make your decision. [tutorial]
- Blogger's Legal Guide - Includes relevant FAQs; Authorship: EFF
- Chilling Effects - a collaborative archive created by several law school clinics and the Electronic Frontier Foundation to protect lawful online activity from legal threats. Its website, Chilling Effects Clearinghouse, allows recipients of cease-and-desist notices to submit them to the site and receive information about their legal rights and responsibilities.
- Copyright Alliance Education Foundation - Provides curriculum guides and workshops for educators that looks somewhat straightforward and neutral at first glance; Authorship: Copyright Alliance, a lobbying group formed by publishers, corporate entities, MPAA, RIAA; Article about them here: news.cnet.com/Backers-of-stronger-copyright-laws-form-lobby-group/2100-1028_3-6184604.html
- Copyright Confusion Wiki - Excellent resource; Project started by Renee Hobbs (Temple) and Peter Jaszi (American University) to counter teacher misinformation and fear about copyright. Promotes fair use in the classroom. [wiki]
- Duke University Libraries, Scholarly Communication - Lots of information, recent news and advice with specific examples; an excellent and detailed FAQ ; for faculty authors and instructors
- EFF's Teaching Copyright Curriculum - "...provides lessons and ideas for opening your classroom up to discussion, letting your students express their ideas and concerns, and then guiding your students toward an understanding of the boundaries of copyright law."
- Incorporating Multimedia into Your Teaching [handout]
- Know Your Copy Rights: Using Copyrighted Works in Academic Settings - has a good, detailed FAQ; Authorship: Association of Research Libraries
- Presentation: Copyright for Educators - Slideshare presentation, Wesley Fryer, ITSC 2009
- Video: Good Copy, Bad Copy. 2007. <http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4323661317653995812#> (59:00) - Overview of copyright, remix and different models of content production: techno braga in Brazil, the Nigerian independent film industry. [documentary]
- Video: Lessig, Lawrence. "It is About Time: Getting Our Values Around Copyright." 2009 Nov. 05. EDUCAUSE keynote, Denver, CO. <http://lessig.blip.tv/file/2827842> (61.29) - Thought-provoking, bold and well-considered overview of copyright issues for an adademic audience. [presentation]
- Video: Rip! A Remix Manifesto 2.0 - <http://www.opensourcecinema.org/project/rip2.0> (86:00) - 2008; An open source documentary about copyright and remix culture. [documentary]
- Video: Steal This Film, parts 1 & 2 - <http://www.stealthisfilm.com/Part2/> - Part 1 (32:16) - 2006; Good discussion of Pirate Bay, BitTorrent and U.S. pressures on Sweden; Part 2 (44:43) - 2007; Includes an exploration of Mark Getty's statement calling intellectual property "the oil of the 21st century;" interviews with historians and media studies scholars talking about the history and purpose of copyright and its effect on contemporary culture ; also on Google Video (1 & 2) & YouTube [documentary]
- YouTube Embedding and Copyright - Is it ok to link to or embed YouTube videos (or from other similar sites) in Blackboard or on course pages? Probably. Authorship: Fred von Lohmann, EFF.
- 7 Things You Should Know About Creative Commons - from Educause, March 2007 [handout]
- Creative Commons Facts and Resources - Authorship: Molly Kleinman, UMich. May 2008. [handout]
- Creative Commons presentations / http://www.slideshare.net/janeatcc - from Jane Park, Creative Commons
- O'Sullivan, Maureen. "Creative Commons and contemporary copyright: A fitting shoe or “a load of old cobblers?" First Monday 13.1 (2008): n. pag. Web. 11 Jan. 2009.
- Video: Bissell, Ahrash. "ccLearn Workshop." 2008 May 07. Stanford University Open Source Lab. <https://www.stanford.edu/group/opensource/cgi-bin/blog/2008/05/12/video-of-cclearn-workshop-is-live/> (68:17) - Overview of Creative Commons; also talks about the pedagogical implications [presentation]
- Video: "Get Creative" (06:36) - A great short animated overview of what Creative Commons is.
- Codes of Best Practices in Fair Use
http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/resources/fair_use/ - From American University's Center for Social Media; A plethora of tools, resources and videos for understanding the application of fair use.
- Mattel v. Walking Mountain Productions, 353 F. 3d 792 , United States Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit, 2003. http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=7581792703482092445&hl=en&as_sdt=2002
- Mattel sued artist Tom Forsythe for use of the Barbie doll image in his work. The court ruled in favor of the artist's use of the image as parody/fair use and Mattel was ordered to pay his attorney's fees.
- Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Center
http://fairuse.stanford.edu/index.html - The "emphasis is on copyright issues especially relevant to the education and library community, including examples of fair use and policies. Useful copyright charts and tools are continually added to help users evaluate copyright status and best practices."
- American Library Association TEACH Act Best Practices Using Blackboard
- TEACH Act Toolkit - from NC State
Where to go for images:
- Flickr's Creative Commons resources page
- Wikimedia Commons
- Wikipedia Public Domain Image Resources
- Pics4Learning.com: "a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students" http://www.pics4learning.com/
- Sprixi Free Image search (searches Creative Commons images and public domain)
http://www.sprixi.com/ (details here)
- Teacher Tap: Public Domain, Copyright Free, Open Source, and Student Use Images and Media (list of more sources)
- STOCK.XCHNG: A FREE stock photo site
Where to go for videos:
http://blip.tv/ (can do a search limited to CC-licensed videos here: http://search.creativecommons.org/#)
http://www.clearbits.net/ - Free and legal torrents can be found here.
- Critical Commons
http://criticalcommons.org/ - Media studies video sharing site; from a non-profit advocacy coalition that supports the use of media for teaching, learning and creativity, providing resources, fair use information and tools for scholars, students, educators and creators.
- Internet Archive's Moving Image Archive
movieclips.com//- Looking for a clip of a classic scene from a movie you've mentioned? This site has over 12,000 legal clips from Hollywood films, searchable by actor, title, genre, occasion, action, mood, character, theme, setting, prop, and even dialogue. An impressive job tagging all this content!
- TED Talks
http://www.ted.com/- 18-minute video lectures from nonprofit TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conferences.
Where to go for general CC media and text sources:
- 30+ Places To Find Creative Commons Media
- Attribution, Best Practices
/http://www.newmediarights.org/guide/how_to/creative_commons/best_practices_creative_commons_attributions - provides some examples for how to attribute CC sources.
http://cnx.org/ - Source for open textbooks, presentations, and other educational content; from Rice University.
- Panel(s): “Copyright & Fair Use @ CUNY” took place at BMCC on April 8, 2011. Speakers: Peter Jaszi, Brandon Butler, Rhonda Johnson, and Jim Lengel. Co-sponsored by Office of Library Services and Library Association of CUNY. [http://itunes.apple.com/itunes-u/libraries-information-science/id439284611]
- Lecture: Evan Hill-Ries - An Introduction to Copyright - ISOC-NY1811 Evan Hill-Ries - An Introduction to Copyright at Evan Korth's Computers & Society speaker series at Courant Institute NYU on Oct 20 2010. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNYjIsdRqq8]
- Webinar: Creative Commons Licensing and Open Educational Resources (OER) http://www.onefortraining.org/node/222 - free; Weds. 24 Mar. 2010 (3:00 - 4:00 EST); @ONE Project/California Community Colleges
- Webinar: Copyright for Today's Academic World (Copyright Clearance Center, CCC) http://www.copyright.com/viewPage.do?p[[Image:]ageCode=au4] - free; 25 Feb. 2010 & 07 Apr. 2010 (2:00 EST) [consider who's giving this webinar; note: they warn you at the end that the content in this copyright tutorial CANNOT be shared]
- Wireside Chat with Lawrence Lessig http://openvideoalliance.org/event/lessig/ - free; 25 Feb. 2010 6:00—7:30pm ET - lecture with Q&A [good one - he's a great speaker]
- CopyNight - CopyNight is a monthly social gathering of people interested in restoring balance in copyright law. We meet over drinks once a month in many cities to discuss new developments and build social ties between artists, engineers, filmmakers, academics, lawyers, and many others. NYC CopyNight are generally held on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7 pm (Various locations);http://copynight.org
- Open Access Week 2010 events: http://oaweek2010.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
- What is copyright?
- What is fair use?
- What is Creative Commons?
- What are the different CC licenses?
- CC searching
- Wikimedia Commons
- CC in Flickr (do a handout)
- Stock photo sites
- Video (Vimeo, YouTube)
Hands on searching
Give a task: find some pictures for your blog post from this AM
- Go ahead and post them here.
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