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Distance learning and copyright

Steven A. Armatas

Distance learning and copyright

by Steven A. Armatas

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by American Bar Association in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fair use (Copyright) -- United States,
  • Copyright -- United States,
  • Distance education -- United States,
  • Telecommunication in higher education -- United States,
  • Internet in education -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSteven A. Armatas.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF3030.1 .A947 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16926014M
    ISBN 109781604421019
    LC Control Number2008025606
    OCLC/WorldCa232391211

    copyright law and the distance education classroom working within the information infrastructure Posted By Alistair MacLeanLibrary TEXT ID b Online PDF Ebook Epub Library COPYRIGHT LAW AND THE DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSROOM WORKING. Distance learning, also called distance education, e-learning, and online learning, form of education in which the main elements include physical separation of teachers and students during instruction and the use of various technologies to facilitate student-teacher and student-student communication. Distance learning traditionally has focused on nontraditional students, such as full-time.

    The TEACH Act made copyright laws regarding distance learning closer to the laws provided for face-to-face classrooms though there are still important differences (especially regarding full-length audiovisual works, such as movies and documentaries). Some of these benefits include. The title page says Greenwillow Books an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers. Jodi Sacki at pm. How about the book I Like It When by Mary Murphy. It is a Red Wagon Preschool Book Harcourt Brace &Company. May I read this one? Karen Meier J at am.

      Journals & Books; Register Sign in. COPYRIGHT COPYRIGHT AND DISTANCE EDUCATION JANIS H. BRUWELHEIDE Professor, College of Education, Health and Human Development Department of Education, Montana State University Bozeman MT Internet: [email protected]. Booking not available. This online booking form is currently unavailable. Please contact customer services + or [email protected]


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Distance learning and copyright by Steven A. Armatas Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book informs educators and attorneys about the legal responsibilities Distance learning and copyright book teaching distance learning courses, and helps educational institutions avoid unwanted copyright infringement liability. The book includes a CD ROM with valuable appendices such as the educational fair use guidelines for classroom photocopying, music, electronic.

While distance learning remains one of the hottest trends in education, the law is undeveloped and copyright infringment is rampant.

This book covers the basics of U.S. and international copyright law, fair use, locating and negotiating with creators, distance learning and the Internet, the TEACH Act, and technological protection systems.

Lipinski's new book is essential reading for top-level higher education administrators and their legal counsel., Australian Library Journal Lipinski provides a thorough, authoritative analysis of copyright in the distance education book is a must read for all relevant players at institutions who provide distance by: 7.

Since this instructor is using the performance of the book as part of her lessons, and she is using the library as a place to teach her students, this particular use of the short book is likely to be exempted from infringement.

Distance Learning or Transmitted Educational Activities. Get this from a library. Distance learning and copyright: a guide to legal issues.

[Steven Distance learning and copyright book Armatas] -- Synopsis: This book informs educators and attorneys about the legal responsibilities of teaching distance learning courses, and helps educational institutions avoid unwanted copyright infringement.

Distance learning: Principles for effective design, delivery, and evaluation / by Chandra Mehrotra, C. David Hollister, and Lawrence McGahey. Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index.

ISBN (c)—ISBN (p) 1. Distance education—Curricula. Education, Higher—Curricula. Instructional systems. American Association of University Professors Nineteenth Street, NW, Suite Washington, DC Phone: [email protected]   Section (2): Displays and performances in distance education (TEACH Act) — Ability to display or perform certain types of copyrighted works in the course of distance education.

Use of (2) is subect to many conditions, including establishing institutional policies and implementing technological controls. Filed Under: copyright, culture, distance learning, fair use, licenses, reading aloud, teachers 28 Comments | Leave a Comment If you liked this post, you may also be interested in.

What is copyright. The legal right to be the only one to reproduce, publish, and sell a book, recording, image, etc. (aka a published work) for a certain period of time. Meant to ensure that creators are fairly compensated for their work.

Gives copyright holders control over where, when, and how their work is reproduced and redistributed. Education and Teaching 3. Educational use. What has changed. Many schools, colleges and universities copy media which is protected by.

copyright – for instance photocopying extracts from books for class handouts or recording television programmes to show to a class. In order to do this, educational establishments hold educational copying.

The TEACH Act is a clear signal that Congress recognizes the importance of distance education, the significance of digital media, and the need to resolve copyright clashes. The new law is, nevertheless, built around a vision that distance education should occur in discrete installments, each within a confined span of time, and with all elements.

A digital version of the work is not "available to the institution," or a digital version is available, but it is secured behind technological protection measures that prevent its availability for performing or displaying in the distance-education program consistent with Section (2).

The TEACH Act is still being evaluated by copyright experts. Although copyright law generally treats digital and non-digital copyright-protected works in a similar manner, special digital uses, such as online distance learning and.

The article is reliable and offers easy to understand examples of the challenges presented to educators in distance learning; those challenges include, but are not limited to high costs for copyright releases, delays in replies to copyright requests, and denials to use copyrighted material.

Find out more about the documents the Office records that are related to copyright ownership, including transfer of copyright ownership and other documents pertaining to copyright. College enrollment in distance education courses skyrocketed fromin to over 3 million for the - academic year.

By the fall ofmillion students were enrolled in a minimum of one online course each. Many experts see online education as a revolution in higher education. Distance education is popular. The history of American copyright law originated with the introduction of the printing press to England in the late fifteenth century.

As the number of presses grew, authorities sought to control the publication of books by granting printers a near monopoly on publishing in England.

Simon & Schuster is allowing books to be read aloud during this time as well. Click here to visit their statement on their website. Simon & Schuster is pleased to provide resources and support as you navigate distance learning and bookselling in the weeks ahead. Links updated as of 29 October To accommodate pandemic-related safety protocols and district plans, schools and educators have shifted from traditional in-classroom teaching to hybrid and remote learning models.

The resources on this list below. Recommended reading for any person interested in the way new technologies, above all the internet and digital content, are affecting the legal treatment of copyrightable intellectual property and related business methods and practices.COVID has brought forth many challenges, but also opportunities.

We have an opportunity to model the ethical use of others’ work by how we share and credit information via distance learning. So, can teachers and librarians use YouTube under these circumstances? Maybe. A collection of articles about copyright and fair use issues in corporate training and online education.

The newest work is one on rights to the use of student work, and there are articles about school policies and fair use in online courses.