Table of contents for Copyright for schools : a practical guide / Carol Simpson.

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Table of Contents	2
Table of figures	8
Acknowledgements	9
Introduction to the 4th edition	10
Chapter 1 - The Law	15
History	15
Origin in the US	16
What it is now	16
Rights of a copyright holder	16
Reproduction	18
Adaptation	19
Distribution	20
Limitation on right of distribution: first sale doctrine	20
Public performance	24
What is "public"	25
Public display	26
Digital transmission of sound recordings	26
Moral rights	27
How does one get a copyright?	28
What can't be protected by copyright?	31
Work for hire	33
Did you know?	34
Duration of copyright	36
Recent laws	39
Net Theft	40
Visual Artists Rights Act	41
DMCA	42
Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act	44
Digital Performance Right in Sound Recordings Act	44
TEACH	45
Penalties for infringement	45
Liability	50
State copyright laws	52
Related laws	52
Contract law	52
Privacy statutes	53
Trademark law	53
Why is any of this significant for schools?	54
How is a school prosecuted?	55
What if there is no trial?	56
Why worry, why bother?	56
Works cited	58
Chapter 2 - Public domain	60
What is it?	60
How does something get into the public domain?	60
How long does public domain last?	63
What can you do with public domain materials?	64
How do you find public domain materials?	65
What is the difference in "copyright free" and "royalty free"?	66
How can I use royalty free materials?	66
Related cases	67
Chapter 3 - Fair use	68
What is it?	70
Difference in fair use and guidelines	71
Examples of fair use analysis (possible graphics needed here)	72
Purpose and character of use	73
Factor 1, part 1: nonprofit educational	74
Factor 1, part 2: criticism, commentary, news reporting	74
Nature of copyrighted work	75
Factual or creative?	75
Published or not published?	76
Amount of work used?	77
Essence of work	77
Effect of use on market for or value of work	80
Commercial use	81
Misrepresentation	81
What would happen if everyone were to ..	83
Various types of guidelines	84
To whom does it apply?	86
General public vs. schools	86
Schools vs. libraries	87
Works cited	88
Chapter 4 - Print materials in schools	89
What typical activities are covered?	91
Photocopying --- issues	93
Phonorecords --- issues	94
Graphics --- issues	95
Murals --- issues	96
Scanning --- issues	96
What rights are affected?	97
Reproduction	97
Distribution	97
Adaptation	98
Display	98
What guidelines affect print materials?	98
Kastenmeier report	99
Details of report	99
Multiple Copies for Classroom Use	104
Brevity	105
Spontaneity	107
Cumulative Effect	108
Examples of Acceptable Multiple Copying:	110
Examples of Unacceptable Multiple Copying:	111
Copies for handicapped students	113
Print permission issues	115
Consumable Materials	117
Periodicals	119
Graphics	123
Scanners	129
Resources for understanding	130
Fair Use of Print Materials Glossary	130
Related cases	131
American Geophysical Union v. Texaco Inc., 37 F.3d 881, 900 et seq. (2d Cir.) (Jacobs, 
J., dissenting), amended & superseded, 60 F.3d 913 (1994), cert. dismissed, 116 S.Ct. 
592 (1995).	132
Princeton University Press v. Michigan Document Services, Inc., 99 F.3d 1381 (6th Cir. 
1996).	132
Basic Books, Inc. v. Kinko's Graphics Corp., 758 F. Supp. 1522 (S.D.N.Y. 1991).	132
Hotaling v. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 118 F.3d 199 (4th Cir. 1997).	133
Works cited	133
Chapter 5 - Audiovisual materials in schools	135
What typical activities are covered?	138
Movies --- issues	139
TV/cable/satellite --- issues	141
Web --- issues	142
Sound recordings - Issues	142
What rights are affected?	143
Reproduction	143
Distribution	143
Adaptation	144
Public performance	144
Public display	146
Digital transmission	146
What guidelines affect AV materials?	147
5 yes/no questions	147
nonprofit educational	148
classroom or similar place	148
instructors and pupils in the course of face-to-face teaching activities	148
legally acquired copy	149
Library	149
student or teacher	149
borrowed from library	149
rented from video store	149
taped off air	150
face-to-face teaching activities	151
Home Use Only	154
Examples of analysis	155
off-air taping guidelines	159
"air" vs. cable vs. satellite	161
taping in anticipation	168
Public Performance Rights	169
Examples of Acceptable Performances:	171
Examples of Unacceptable Performances	172
Archiving Audiovisual Works	174
Closed captioning	176
Video distribution	177
Digital video servers	180
Sound recordings	181
Sampling.	186
The MP3 dilemma	187
Related cases	188
A&M Records, Inc. v. Napster, Inc., 284 F.3d 1091 (C.A.9 (Cal.), 2002).	188
Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp. v. Crooks, 542 F. Supp. 1156 (W.D.N.Y. 
1982).	188
Columbia Pictures Industries v. Redd Horne, 749 F.2d 154 (3rd Cir. 1984)	189
Works cited	189
Chapter 6 - Music materials in schools (print and recorded)	191
What typical activities are covered?	191
Reproduction of sheet music --- issues	191
Performances of sheet music --- issues	192
Reproduction of recorded music --- issues	193
Performances of recorded music --- issues	194
Adaptation of sheet music - issues	196
What guidelines affect music?	196
Print music	198
Recorded music	199
What rules/laws are different about recordings?	200
Music in performance	201
Performance rights organizations	204
Permissions	205
Resources for understanding	206
Related cases	207
A&M Records, Inc. v. Napster, Inc., 284 F.3d 1091 (C.A.9 (Cal.), 2002).	207
Works cited	207
Chapter 7 - Multimedia in schools	208
What typical activities are covered?	208
Student multimedia projects --- issues	208
Teacher multimedia projects --- issues	209
What rights are affected?	209
Reproduction	209
Adaptation	210
Distribution	210
Public performance	210
Public display	210
Digital transmission	210
What guidelines affect multimedia?	210
Multimedia guidelines	211
Special definitions for multimedia	213
Multimedia - covered or not?	214
Retention and access	215
Secure network	216
Insecure network	216
Quantity Limits	217
How Many Copies?	220
Other Restrictions	220
Attribution	221
Multimedia tips	223
Resources for understanding	224
Works cited	224
Chapter 8 - Distance learning in schools	225
History of distance learning and copyright	225
TEACH Act guidelines	226
Policy makers	228
Information Technology staff	229
Instructors/developers	230
Resources for understanding	232
What typical activities are covered?	233
Printing pages --- issues	233
What rights are affected?	239
Reproduction	239
Adaptation	239
Distribution	239
Public performance	239
Public display	240
Digital transmission	240
The difference between an AUP and copyright	240
Special rules for Internet	241
Registered agent	242
Why is this important?	242
What guidelines affect Internet?	243
Special considerations for different Internet services	248
E-mail	249
Newsgroup and Discussion List Information	249
Use of Web Page Information	250
Chat	253
Copying Internet Code	253
Resources for understanding	254
Works cited	255
Chapter 10 - Computer software in schools	256
What typical activities are covered?	256
Multiple installs --- issues	258
Networking --- issues	259
Checking out software --- issues	260
Clip art --- issues	261
Types of infringement	261
What rights are affected?	264
Reproduction	264
Adaptation	265
Distribution	265
Public performance	265
Public display	265
Special rules that affect computer software	265
License vs. Copyright	266
Legitimate Copying vs. Piracy	268
Software for Free?	269
Lending Software	270
Single-User Programs	271
Networking	272
The Software Police	273
Copyright Infringement vs. Plagiarism	276
Software Management Tips	277
Resources for understanding	278
Works cited	278
Chapter 11 - School library exemptions	279
Library exemptions	279
Interlibrary loan	282
Rule of five	287
Periodicals	287
Other print materials	288
Examples and explanations	290
Photocopying	292
Unattended copiers	294
Copying orders	296
Copies for Vertical File or Item Repair	297
Facsimile	298
Reserves	299
Copies for Interlibrary Loan	300
What To Do When You Can't Meet CONTU Requirements	301
Electronic reserves	303
Works cited	305
Chapter 12 - Permissions	307
Copyright vs. contract	307
Permissions	311
Student and parent permissions	318
Works cited	319
Chapter 13 - Managing copyright in schools	320
Issues of managing copyright	320
Managing things	322
Managing people	326
Important recommendations in copyright management	329
Chapter 14 - Copyright and administrators	331
Suggestions for administrators	336
Chapter 15 - Copyright policies	339
Why have one?	339
What should a policy contain?	341
Works cited	344
Chapter 16 - Appendices	345
Appendix A - Copyright compliance agreement	345
Appendix B - Copyright do's and don'ts for schools	347
Appendix C - Copyright for Kids	351
Appendix D - Copyright and Plagiarism Guidelines for Students	353
Appendix E - Useful sources of information	355
Appendix F - Copyright warning notices	364
Appendix G - Sample copyright policy	368
Appendix H - Release form	370
Appendix I - Copyright and plagiarism guidelines for students	372
Appendix J - Significant copyright law section references	374
Appendix K - Bibliography of selected works on copyright	375
Appendix L - Important Internet links for copyright information	383
Appendix M - Sources of audiovisual works with public performance rights	387
Appendix N - Database of copyright actions against schools	399
Appendix O - Copyright questions and answers: a reproducible brochure.	400
Appendix P - Copyright Infringement Reporting Form	403
Index	404

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Fair use (Copyright) -- United States -- Popular works.
Copyright -- United States -- Popular works.