Can I Use This? Understanding Copyright and Working with Open Educational Resources UBC LIBRARY 2011-12 Planning Review Presented by Ingrid Parent, University Librarian Devin Soper, Copyright Services Librarian
UBC Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office Will Engle, Open Education Initiatives UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning & Technology What does copyright
protect? Copyright Basics Copyright literally means the right to copy, and it protects creators of literary and artistic works (copyright owners) by enabling them to control the publication
and reproduction of their works Copyright protects all original literary, artistic, dramatic and musical works, computer programs, sound recordings, performances, etc. When
When is does does something something become copyrighted? become copyrighted?
Copyright is automatic Not sure? Assume the work is protected by copyright, unless there is a clear indication to the contrary. How Long Does Copyright Last?
In Canada, generally, life of the author plus 50 years For joint works, 50 years after death of last author Public domain = works for which copyright has expired or been waived
So, whats (mostly) always OK to use? your own work insubstantial portions of works (citations or
references) material in which copyright cannot exist material in which copyright no longer exists Government of Canada works hyperlinks (and embed codes) works you have permission to use openly licensed works
Can I Use This? often means Can I Use This (Without Permission?) But seeking permission is an excellent way to
answer the question! For everything else ... Three key considerations to keep in mind: source of the work purpose of the use
method of distribution New To Copyright In 2012 Fair dealing purposes now include education New and updated educational exceptions Reduction in statutory damages for noncommercial infringements (cap of $5,000) Affirmation of users rights and a large and
liberal interpretation of fair dealing From Murray & Trosow (2013). Canadian Copyright: A Citizens Guide, p.xiii. Fair Dealing Exception Allows you to use a copyrighted work for educational purposes (without permission), provided that the use is fair
Supreme Court of Canada outlines six criteria for evaluating fairness Evaluation is left to the user, and can get quite complex Purpose of the intended use education
research criticism review private study parody satire news reporting
Fair Dealing Requirements 1. The copy must be a Short Excerpt: Up to 10% of a work, OR:
one chapter from a book one article from a periodical (etc.) 2. May only be provided to students:
as a class handout as a posting to Connect, Vista, or Medicol
as part of a print course pack directly over email More information: copyright.ubc.ca/requirements/fair-dealing/ Fair Dealing In Practice New guidelines to clarify the application of fair
dealing in different contexts, including: Teaching Research LMS Administrative copying Audiovisual works See: copyright.ubc.ca/requirements/fair-dealing-in-practice
Films & Sound Recordings Fine to perform in class, provided that: the purpose is educational the audience consists primarily of students or instructors you use a legally obtained copy of the work
WORK AVAILABLE ONLINE Fine to copy and distribute, provided that: there is no notice on the website that prohibits the intended use you do not break a digital lock the work has been posted legitimately (i.e.,
with the copyright owners consent) you identify the source of the work Method of distribution If intended use is not covered by fair dealing or another copyright exception, then either:
seek permission, or use an openly-licensed alternative Open Licensed materials offer simplicity in the face of the complexity of copyright
Creative Commons (CC) licenses provide advance permission to use copyrighted material under certain conditions. From: How To Attribute Creative Commons Photos by Foter,
Open educational resources are educational materials (e.g., course textbooks, research articles, videos, assessments, simulations, etc.) that are either (a) licensed under an open copyright license (e.g., Creative Commons) or (b) in the public domain. Wiley & Green, 2012
[ Revise ] [ Remix ] [ Reuse ] [ Redistribute ] To enable faculty have full control to customize
& contextualize instructional resources OER can empower educators to benefit from the best ideas of their colleagues and create new approaches to assessment, accreditation and collaborative learning.
[Wiley, 2013] Casserly & Ito. (2011), The Power of Open; http://thepowerofopen.org/ ; CC-BY Finding Reusable Content Examples:
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