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Copyright in the Online Environment

  • You can get more information on US copyright law at http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ66.pdf
  • Copyright laws apply when you are working on the web
  • Any web page is considered copyrighted even if it does not contain a copyright symbol, a copyright occurs automatically
  • Copyrights allows the owner to control how the original work they have created can be used or copied
  • The website design, videos, images, text, page layout are all covered under copyright protection
  • Copyrights differ slightly from country to country, but the bottom line is that you do not have the right to copy anyone else’s work without permission, whether it be a photo, image, page design, video, animation, etc
  • Images are also considered copyrighted at the time of creation
  • If you ever plan to use any content from someone else, be sure you obtain permission
  • You have been given license by me as an author to utilize content that I discuss in this course
  • You have authorization to use any PDF resources referenced within this course
  • A copyright should include either the copyright symbol or the word copyright, contain the year and also who owns the copyright

Copyright in the Online Environment

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Copyright Laws 0:12
    • Copyright ©
    • Copyright.Gov
    • Basically Copyright Means..
    • In Other Words, No Plagiarism
    • Cannot Take Their Code Either
    • Automatically Copyrighted
    • Images are Copyright
    • Ask for Permission
  • Other Resources for Copyright Info 5:00
    • Copyright Basics
    • If It's on the Web, It's Not Yours
    • Stanford Copyright FAQs
    • Copyrights Differ in Countries
    • Websites: Five Ways to Stay Out of Trouble