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Copyright, Fair Use, and Piracy. Where does OER Fit In? - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
39:20
Yay, Team Walter!
Amanda Taintor
41:03
pollev.com/walterbutler621
Amanda Taintor
44:46
pollev.com/walterbutler621
Ewa Lichwa
47:09
Where can we access this presentation later?
Amanda Taintor
47:19
ASCCC OERI: https://asccc-oeri.org/
Amanda Taintor
47:44
Webinar Archives: https://asccc-oeri.org/webinars-and-events/
Jim Julius
48:09
Is CC-0 still copyright-protected?
Jim Julius
48:41
zero
Jim Julius
49:01
thanks
Ewa Lichwa
49:26
thank you
Jim Julius
53:00
Some people still think “I found it on the internet, that means it’s an OER"
Amanda Taintor
53:53
@Jim this is probably the most common OER mis-conception I run across on campuses.
Jim Julius
55:57
People also think the O in OER means Online lol
Jim Julius
56:12
Oops took Dave’s line
Amanda Taintor
57:30
Creative Commons: About the licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/
Norberto Ruiz
58:23
Are Wikipedia articles copyrighted? May these articles be used as class materials?
Amanda Taintor
58:56
ASCCC OERI Webinar: Creative Commons, Copyright, and Fair Use – Why do we need OER? https://asccc-oeri.org/2019/10/24/creative-commons-copyright-and-fair-use-why-do-we-need-oer/
Amanda Taintor
59:11
• Copyright and Fair Use Mythbusters: https://asccc-oeri.org/2020/04/09/webinar-copyright-mythbusters/
Amanda Taintor
59:24
• OER Licensing and Attributions https://asccc-oeri.org/2020/03/30/webinar-oer-licensing-and-attributions-2/
Suzanne Wakim
01:00:55
Just like faculty expect students to know what plagiarism is...training is always good :)
Amanda Taintor
01:01:16
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Copyrights
Suzanne Wakim
01:01:36
Wikipedia is CC-BY-SA
Amanda Taintor
01:02:57
FAIR USE AND TEACH ACT ResourcesGreat resource on Copyright including fair use : https://fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/TEACHing from a Distance: https://blogs.loc.gov/copyright/2020/03/teaching-from-a-distance-and-copyright-considerations/Missouri LibGuide: https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/copyrightFair Use Evaluator: https://librarycopyright.net/resources/fairuse/index.phpExceptions for Instructors: https://guides.library.illinois.edu/coursematerialsandcopyrightforprofessors/facetofaceteachingTEACH Act: https://www.copyright.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/CR-Teach-Act.pdfPhysical Classroom Space: https://copyright.universityofcalifornia.edu/use/teaching.htmlOnline Learning: https://copyright.universityofcalifornia.edu/use/online-instruction.html
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:06:26
Can the TEACH act be applied to what some libraries are doing with scanning and providing access to portions of reserve textbooks (password protected & times out after a certain time)
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:07:16
Like if a teacher requests it for a specific section?
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:07:38
ok, thanks.
Amanda Taintor
01:08:16
Interesting read on libraries, reserve copies and publishers: https://www.lib.uoguelph.ca/news/commercial-textbooks-present-challenges-virtual-environment
Amanda Taintor
01:10:26
Georgia State University Copyright Case: https://publish.illinois.edu/commonsknowledge/2017/07/20/the-georgia-state-university-copyright-case/#:~:text=In%20April%202008%2C%20Cambridge%20University,(Smith%202014%2C%2073)
Jim Julius
01:10:52
I really like this copyright/fair use fun animated tutorial for faculty and students from BYU: https://copyright.byu.edu/copyright-tutorial
Amanda Taintor
01:11:15
Thanks Jim!
Amanda Taintor
01:12:36
pollev.com/walterbutler621
Suzanne Wakim
01:12:53
Is this a journalism class?
Suzanne Wakim
01:13:15
I need a "it depends" option :)
Suzanne Wakim
01:13:50
Sorry & thank you.
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:14:00
Was this “freely” on the web or accessed via personal faculty subscription?
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:14:07
(muddying, I know)
Kelsey Paiz (she/her)
01:14:13
Clicked the wrong one >.<
Melissa Archibald
01:14:22
Yeah NYT has paywalls sometimes
Jim Julius
01:14:54
What if your library has an NYT subscription?
Anthony Lin
01:15:09
Would it be best to link the NYT article from the library database to be in the clear?
Ewa Lichwa
01:16:52
What about if I have my own paid subscription to NYT?
Anthony Lin
01:16:59
Thank you, Walter. I did not know about the Canvas LTI option.
Marcy Worthington
01:17:05
Can you use links to internet sites directly, not through the library?
Talwinder Chetra
01:17:48
If something is shared with us at a conference to use in our class as paper copy . Can I scan and use in canvas ?
Jim Julius
01:18:08
Oh are you going to talk about streaming Netflix movies in the classroom from your own personal Netflix account?
Jim Julius
01:18:16
(JK)
Alana Krause
01:18:20
Read what the website says about their content as well.
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:19:07
It might not be accessible though if it’s a PDF image unless it is adapted to be accessible.
Jim Julius
01:19:48
Always look for an online copy of something you received on paper … it might be out there and freely usable in its original digital form
Jim Julius
01:21:18
Are you being literal about “downloading” ?
Talwinder Chetra
01:22:08
Can we play the songs before class start from YouTube or iTunes?
Jim Julius
01:22:12
ah
Kelsey Paiz (she/her)
01:22:25
vs Streaming (like Spotify)?
Melissa Archibald
01:23:26
This has me wondering the legality of playlists at a wedding...
Jim Julius
01:24:40
Seems like the advent of YouTube and streaming services has changed the stance of the music industry regarding copyright, even if the law itself hasn’t changed
Talwinder Chetra
01:24:42
If I bought a license for the videos online lessons, can I share those with my class
Carla Reisch
01:24:59
I have an OER textbook that has both a CC license and a copyright notice. Can I reuse and remix it? Which license should I adhere to?
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:25:10
Can you clarify the Netflix usage as someone asked? I think may streaming services block viewing via Zoom.
Aaron Iffland
01:25:23
Will you be sharing presentation?
Jane Ishibashi
01:25:37
I keep reading and attending webinars on copyright and I still get confused! But This has been very helpful.
Amanda Taintor
01:25:38
Yes Webinar Archives: https://asccc-oeri.org/webinars-and-events/
Carla Reisch
01:25:43
Thanks!
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:26:09
yes, I’ve been getting this question a lot
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:26:52
I usually point them toward the 10 films Netflix has made educational use allowable.
Jim Julius
01:27:29
Swank and Kanopy are great media databases that our library has. Many popular films included.
Caroline Hallam
01:28:06
Do you think our right to use information under fair use is eroding/becoming proscribed by monied interests? Do we have any responsibility to push back on this?
Alana Krause
01:28:11
Support your libraries!
Anthony Lin
01:28:21
+1 Alana
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:28:37
Or promote public library digital access (where they offer Hoopla and Kanopy)
Alana Krause
01:29:01
Yes to Sarah. :)
Amanda Taintor
01:30:36
Films on Demand https://www.infobase.com/tag/films-on-demand/
Anthony Lin
01:31:19
Some academic libraries have Alexander Street Press Academic Video Online
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:31:25
Films on Demand is great. We have the academic collection and an add on for a nursing collection and it’s 43K titles
Amanda Taintor
01:31:29
https://www.kanopy.com/
Amanda Taintor
01:31:50
https://www.swank.com/
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:32:01
CCLC is offering a webinar on 10/28 about streaming media if you are interested more in this topic.
Anthony Lin
01:32:24
Some public libraries have Kanopy but I heard it is not the same set of films as the academic libraries
Walter Butler
01:32:31
wdbutler@pasadena.edu
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:32:31
That is true Anthony.
Melissa Archibald
01:32:38
Not all films stay available. Just a heads up in case you come depend on a specific film
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:32:58
I don’t think we have the link yet, Amy Beadle will send it out via CCL-All soon
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:33:59
https://cclibrarians.org/event/lsp-wednesday-webinar-series
Suzanne Wakim
01:34:04
Thank you, Walter. This was amazing!
Robert King
01:34:05
Great presentation, thank you!
Cynthia Sargent
01:34:08
Thank you!
Sara Ferguson
01:34:11
Thank you! Great presentation.
Jane Ishibashi
01:34:13
Thank you!
Anthony Lin
01:34:16
Thank you so much!
Melissa Archibald
01:34:16
thx
Jim Julius
01:34:17
Thanks! Important stuff
Aaron Iffland
01:34:23
Excellent! Thank you so much