Jaleesa Daughtry Copyright, Fair Use, and Personal Rights and Privacy To

Introduction

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The purpose of this toolkit is to provide an online resource guide. The toolkit that I am creating will focus on concepts that I have learned throughout my Ethics and Legal Issues Course. The concepts that were researched throughout this course include intellectual property, derivative works, fair use, copyright, personal rights violations and privacy. I will give an overview of each subject for the purpose of this tool box.  All concepts are vital in their own right in regards to utilizing individuals’ works legally.

Copyright/ Personal rights violations and privacy

 

Individuals within the United States of American have personal rights that protect their privacy as well as their well being. Individuals have the right to create and manage creations that are made online and also shared. They also have the right to have those creations kept private and protected.  A person who constructs a work and captures it in some form is protected by the copyright law regardless of if the copyright symbol is on the work. The word copyright has been around since the invention of the printing press. Copyright gives an individual right to any original work that he or she creates. Inventions such as a written works, art, music lyrics, videos and much more are all considered to be copyrighted once it is in a fixed form. An Individual who has the copyrights to a specific work is able to present and dispense the work as they see fit.

Fair Use

Fair use is utilized when a work is being used for educational purposes. Fair use takes in account how much of an individual’s work is being used and what part of the work is being used.  Fair Use focuses on what a work is being used for and if the use is going to affect the copyright holder negatively financially. Fair use is in a lot of cases is applied in education. Many instructors use Fair use to aid students in understanding information that is being taught. Many individuals create works and promote individuals to utilize their work for educational reasons. Rules and regulations are also put into place for educators to follow when it comes to using other people’s work. Fair Use will ensure educators are protected when utilizing material for education or research.

Intellectual Property/ Derivatives Property

Intellectual property protects an individual who creates a work. Intellectual property belongs to the creator of a unique idea, thought, name and design. Intellectual property rights (IPR) focuses on the rights of an original creation. A derivative work is the merging of an original work with added material from another individual that alters the initial material in some way.  A derivative work is a work that derives from an original work.  Any original work that is altered in some way as far as revisions, elaborations, or modifications is considered a Derivative work. Derivative works include intellectual works and creative works. The original holders work must have heavily copyrighted essentials for it be considered derivative work when another person adds to the original work. A work is considered a derivative work when the new work has transformed the original piece.

Task

EmergingEdTech. (2010). Copyright and fair use, as applied to education and teaching --> --> -->. http://youtu.be/islFL7h8ADcWatch video

Bianca Esthela Cárdenas Santillana, & Mariana del Rocío Aguilar Bobadilla. (2015). Respect for Diversity to Prevent Discrimination in the Schools. Ra Ximhai, Vol 11, Iss 1, Pp 169-186 (2015), (1), 169. Retrieved from

Piculell, A. (2013). TEACH Act --> --> -->. https://youtu.be/flvmGgyJvEIWatch videoPond5. (2015). Public domain 101 --> --> -->. https://youtu.be/Nc3Dnh2JCMIWatch video

 

ACE. (2014). Analysis of the TEACH Act. http://www.acenet.edu/news-room/Documents/Analysis-TEACH-Act.pdfReview website

http://creativecommons.org/videos/creative-commons-kiwiWatch video

 

http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsdoj&AN=edsdoj.bf99f3755fb54fe19a6130750d3e1cf2&site=eds-live

 

COPPA – Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. (n.d.). How to comply with Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. http://www.coppa.org/comply.htm

 

Ramia, G. (2017). Higher Education Institutions and the Administration of International Student Rights: A Law and Policy Analysis. Studies in Higher Education, 42(5), 911–924. Retrieved from http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx…

Schrameyer, A., Graves, T., Hua, D., & Brandt, N. (2016). Online Student Collaboration and FERPA Considerations. TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 60(6), 540–548. https://doi-org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.1007/s11528-016-0117-5

U.S. Department of Education. (2007). Balancing student privacy and school safety: A guide to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act for Elementary and Secondary Schools. http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/brochures/elsec.html

 

Guzman, F. (2015). The Tension between Derivative Works Online Protected by Fair Use and the Takedown Provisions of the Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act. Journal of International Human Rights, 13(2), 181–196. Retrieved from http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=tsh&AN=111341198&site=eds-live

 

Legal Zoom (2012). What is a derivative work and how does it affect copyright? --> --> -->.

https://youtu.be/LtTUqEG32aY

 

Long, S. A. (2006). US copyright law: The challenge of protection in the digital age. New Library World, 107(9), 450-452.

            doi:http://dx.doi.org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.1108/03074800610702633

Read "Intellectual Property Rights in Industry-Sponsored University Research: A Guide to Alternatives for Research Agreements" at NAP.edu. (1993, August). Retrieved November 7, 2018, from https://www.nap.edu/read/10009/chapter/5

 

Tromba, J. (2017). Is Fair Use Actually Fair in the Digital Age for Good-Faith Creators? A Call for a Broader Interpretation of the Fair Use Doctrine in the Digital Age. Touro Law Review, 33(3), 1283–1308. Retrieved from http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx…

 

What is COPYRIGHT? What does COPYRIGHT mean? COPYRIGHT meaning, definition & explanation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyE7sJcRc1U

Process

Ensuring that this toolkit is completed correctly is important. The process for creating this tool kit was done in steps to ensure that I had all necessary components in relation to the toolkit. The steps that were taken included researching the purpose of the tool kit, identifying the concepts that I wanted to discuss, collecting resources and explaining why the resources that I chose are important to the toolkit. The first step to completing an online tool kit is understanding what an online tool kit is first. I viewed other individuals tool kits to get an idea of how a tool kit is created. The next step that I completed was to go back and review information that was focused on throughout this course. I reviewed different resources relating to copyright, derivative works, intellectual property, fair use and privacy.  I wrote a summary for each topic.  I reread the information to make sure that the reader will be able to understand the information that I have summarized. I then wrote down the different websites that I used to assist me with summarizing the information. I also cited websites that I found to be very useful with defining and understanding the concepts in relation to the course material. I then summarized the information that an individual will find on the sites when they viewed the source.  I then discussed how I thought the information would be useful to an individual who was using this online toolkit. Lastly I summarized the webpage and the sources that were presented.

Evaluation

The resources that I chose for this online toolkit focus on the specified content from the course.  The resources that I chose will help students understand copyright, fair use, intellectual property, and personal rights. The resources will give insight to the different concepts.

Resource 1: Youtube video called “Emerging Ed Tech-Copyright and fair use, as applied to education and teaching.” The video focuses on the use of copyright and fair use in the field of education. It discusses how fair use applies to educators and educational institutions/

Resource 2: The second resource that I cited was Respect for Diversity to Prevent Discrimination in the Schools. The site focuses on students being discriminated against within school system based on sexual orientation, culture, race, sex and much more

Resource 3: The site COPPA – Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. (n.d.). How to comply with Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. The website focuses on students privacy and security within a school system.

Resource 4: The website Higher Education Institutions and the Administration of International Student Rights: A Law and Policy Analysis. Studies in Higher Education The website focuses on students’ rights

Resource 5: The Online Student Collaboration and FERPA Considerations. TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning

Resource 6: The site  Balancing student privacy and school safety: A guide to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act for Elementary and Secondary Schools focuses on keeping students rights protected.

Resource 7: The Article Tension between Derivative Works Online Protected by Fair Use and the Takedown Provisions of the Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act focuses on the importance of these terms in the online community.

 

Resource 8: The youtube video Legal Zoom-What is a derivative work and how does it affect copyright? The video explains what a derivative work is and what it is used for and who can use it.

 

Resource 9: The website US copyright law: The challenge of protection in the digital age. New Library World

 

Resource 10: The site Is Fair Use Actually Fair in the Digital Age for Good-Faith Creators? A Call for a Broader Interpretation of the Fair Use Doctrine in the Digital Age.  This website focuses on the importance of fair use.

 

Resource 11: The youtube video What is COPYRIGHT? What does COPYRIGHT mean? COPYRIGHT meaning, definition & explanation

Resource 12: The website Tech Learning focuses on specific guidelines to when it comes to what a teacher can take from another person’s copyrighted work

Conclusion

In conclusion this online tool kit was created to aid students with resources on copyright, derivatives works, fair use and security and privacy for individuals online. The toolkit has information on different aspects dealing with these concepts for an individual to review. It gives insight to the terms discussed throughout this ethics course. Throughout the toolkit explanations for the different terms and resources are provided. I explain the term copyright and give different resources in relation to the term.  The copyright belongs to an individual who created a particular work. There are no requirements to register work for it to be considered copyrighted.  I provided resources like websites and videos pertaining to this particular subject. For example, the youtube video “What is copyright” gave great insight on the term copyright. A Copyright utilized to make sure that individual’s works are protected and to promote individuals to be creative and create their own ideas and works.  I chose many other websites and videos relating to derivative works and security and privacy within educational institutions. I chose COPPA – Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. (n.d.). How to comply with Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. peer article review to elaborate on the responsibilities of educational institutions to provide privacy and security to students.  Educational institutions have the accountability of guaranteeing that students understand their rights and protect students’ individual rights within the institutions. Institutions have to be able to balance between an individuals’ privacy and the responsibilities of the school. Derivative works was another concept that I focused on within this online toolkit. Professionals who are creating derivatives works in educational institutions are able to do so with the copyright owners agreement The copyright holder has to agree to the terms of the derivative work that the individual will be creating based on the original. Fair Use is used to protect individuals when using material for educational purposes. The toolkit that I created is utilized for the support of individuals who are researching information on Ethics and Legal Issues.

Credits

EmergingEdTech. (2010). Copyright and fair use, as applied to education and teaching --> --> -->. http://youtu.be/islFL7h8ADcWatch video

Bianca Esthela Cárdenas Santillana, & Mariana del Rocío Aguilar Bobadilla. (2015). Respect for Diversity to Prevent Discrimination in the Schools. Ra Ximhai, Vol 11, Iss 1, Pp 169-186 (2015), (1), 169. Retrieved from

Piculell, A. (2013). TEACH Act --> --> -->. https://youtu.be/flvmGgyJvEIWatch videoPond5. (2015). Public domain 101 --> --> -->. https://youtu.be/Nc3Dnh2JCMIWatch video

 

ACE. (2014). Analysis of the TEACH Act. http://www.acenet.edu/news-room/Documents/Analysis-TEACH-Act.pdfReview website

http://creativecommons.org/videos/creative-commons-kiwiWatch video

 

http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsdoj&AN=edsdoj.bf99f3755fb54fe19a6130750d3e1cf2&site=eds-live

 

COPPA – Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. (n.d.). How to comply with Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. http://www.coppa.org/comply.htm

 

Ramia, G. (2017). Higher Education Institutions and the Administration of International Student Rights: A Law and Policy Analysis. Studies in Higher Education, 42(5), 911–924. Retrieved from http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx…

Schrameyer, A., Graves, T., Hua, D., & Brandt, N. (2016). Online Student Collaboration and FERPA Considerations. TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 60(6), 540–548. https://doi-org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.1007/s11528-016-0117-5

U.S. Department of Education. (2007). Balancing student privacy and school safety: A guide to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act for Elementary and Secondary Schools. http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/brochures/elsec.html

 

Guzman, F. (2015). The Tension between Derivative Works Online Protected by Fair Use and the Takedown Provisions of the Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act. Journal of International Human Rights, 13(2), 181–196. Retrieved from http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=tsh&AN=111341198&site=eds-live

 

Legal Zoom (2012). What is a derivative work and how does it affect copyright? --> --> -->.

https://youtu.be/LtTUqEG32aY

 

Long, S. A. (2006). US copyright law: The challenge of protection in the digital age. New Library World, 107(9), 450-452.

            doi:http://dx.doi.org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.1108/03074800610702633

Read "Intellectual Property Rights in Industry-Sponsored University Research: A Guide to Alternatives for Research Agreements" at NAP.edu. (1993, August). Retrieved November 7, 2018, from https://www.nap.edu/read/10009/chapter/5

 

Tromba, J. (2017). Is Fair Use Actually Fair in the Digital Age for Good-Faith Creators? A Call for a Broader Interpretation of the Fair Use Doctrine in the Digital Age. Touro Law Review, 33(3), 1283–1308. Retrieved from http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx…

 

What is COPYRIGHT? What does COPYRIGHT mean? COPYRIGHT meaning, definition & explanation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyE7sJcRc1U

Teacher Page

The toolkit was a great assignment to have the student to go back and really decipher the material that was given over the period of the course. The information that was provided gave great knowledge on the day to day things that are being done without the knowledge of an original copyright holder. Acknowledging the different material that is being used daily makes me review the material before it is being used in the classroom to ensure that I am not breaking any copyright laws.