This jargon-free guide clarifies principles for applying copyright law to 21st-century education, discusses what is permissible in the classroom, and explores the fair use of digital materials.
- Chapter 1: Copyright Matters for 21st-Century Learning
- Educators and Students use Copyrighted Materials
- Why do Educators Care about Copyright and Fair use?
- From Copyright Confusion to Copyright Clarity
- Transformativeness: It will “Shake your World”
- Building Consensus Among Educators
- What you can Expect from this Book
- Chapter 2: Dispelling Copyright Confusion
- What is Copyright?
- The Purpose of Copyright
- The Power of Fair use
- Copyright Confusion
- The Consequences of Copyright Confusion
- Fair use as a user Right
- The Problem with Educational-use Guidelines
- Beware of Charts and Graphs
- Fair use and the Marketplace
- Copyright, Fair use, and Online Learning
- Industry-Sponsored Copyright Misinformation
- Chapter 3: Users Have Rights, Too
- New Instructional Practices Proliferate
- The Political and Educational Value of Copying
- Authorship and the Romantic Ideal
- Understanding Transformative use
- Comparing and Contrasting Photographs: An Online Production Project
- Inspired by Harry Potter
- The Issue of Market Impact
- Making Copies for Whom? For what Purpose?
- Chapter 4: Fair Use and Digital Learning
- Are Educators up for the Challenge?
- Communities of Practice Define Fair use
- Creating a Code of Best Practices for Educators
- What About Permissions?
- Attribution: Giving Credit where Credit is Due
- Teaching About Copyright and Fair use
- Using Copyrighted Work to Make Something New
- Chapter 5: The Future of Copyright
- Unlocking the Power of Film in Education
- The Ironies Resulting from Technology Shift
- The Future of Intellectual Property: Three Views
- What's at Stake: The Future of Education