for Class 5 AM
ET620 Mutlimedia Design in the Classroom
- Announcements and Questions
- Return iPods
- Be sure you return borrowed iPods by the last class
- If you are missing the last class, return them next class
- PowerPoint With VBA Project was returned via Moodle
- Video Project is due today
- Video Repository
- As of yesterday, there were 32 videos in the repository (not counting what I posted)
- Everyone must have two from each category (6 total)
- We are less than 1/3 of the way there (as a class)
- Check out the "related" videos on YouTube
- That is, when you click on a video about a topic, YouTube lists related videos on the side
- Some of them are sometimes valuable videos about the same topic
- Final Project Storyboard is due next class
- You should have completed the Decide phase and be deep in the Design phase
- Before class 6 (hopefully by the end of today), you should be
concluding the Design phase, collecting media, and starting to Develop
- By class 6, you should be in the midst of your Develop phase (class 6 will have a lot of work time built in)
- Schedule for today:
- Video Project wrap-up (if necessary)
- Work Time
- We'll go as far with copyright as we can today, being sure to leave a couple of hours for work time
- We'll finish copyright next time, leaving the rest of next class for work time
- Video Project
- The goal is to get your video on YouTube, but you
can also share your video via Dropbox or Google Drive in addition to or
submitting on YouTube
- Do we need time this morning for:
- What's Fair? A Role Play
- Pick a piece of paper with your role
- Find your partner (SOME of you will have the same paper as someone else; some will work alone)
- Do not think about the law; think about what is fair
- Think and/or discuss for two minutes
- Tell us who you are and what you think is fair in about two
sentences. You do not have to answer the question comprehensively, but
pick important aspects of the answer. There are no right or wrong
- Respond to what others have said
- Copyright and Fair Use (see handouts in Moodle)
- What is the purpose of copyright law?
- The Four Factor Test for Fair Use
- Multimedia and copyright (PowerPoint presentation available on Moodle)
- Copyright Confusion/Clarity
- What is the purpose of your project?
- Who is the target audience?
- I am using (describe copyrighted material) ____ because (provide a reason) ____
- Did your use of the work “transform the material taken from
the copyrighted work by using it for a different purpose than that of
the original? Explain why your work does not just repeat the intent and
value of the original source material.
- Did you use only the amount you needed to accomplish your purpose? Explain why you made your selection.
- Provide a citation for the material you are using.
- What about this? http://www.slideshare.net/secret/j1oTblbcUNyfAG
- Students synchronize a full radio show (This American Life)
to copyrighted pictures to help them understand and demonstrate their
understanding of the radio show.
- Scenarios from http://copyrightconfusion.wikispaces.com/Scenarios
- Video in the classroom
- The video must be shown for the purpose of teaching or
instruction; the "face-to-face teaching exception" does not protect the
showing of a video for the purpose of recreation or entertainment;
- The video must be shown during a face-to-face teaching
activity; for that reason, the teacher and pupils must be present,
simultaneously, in the same general place;
- The video must be shown in connection with a teaching activity
at a nonprofit educational institution; if the institution is a
for-profit organization, then the exception would not apply;
- The video must be shown in a classroom or similar place devoted
to instruction; showing a video at a graduation ceremony or at a
sporting event, where the audience is not confined to members of a
particular class, may not qualify under the exception; and
- The video that is being shown must have been obtained lawfully;
this should not be a problem if the video is rented from a local video
store, but it may be a problem if the video is an unauthorized
recording of a copyrighted television program.
- Gray areas (like entertaining Disney videos) are likely to be pursued by the copyright holder
- See http://www.libraryvideo.com/articles/article5.asp
- Check with your media specialist/librarian about whether you have a Public Performance License
- Creative Commons: The Copyright Antidote
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This page was prepared by Dr.
David M. Marcovitz.
Last Updated: July 22, 2013