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BHS_Media Center helpers: Information about Copyright and Censorship

MAP for Copyright guidance

 

Taken from: https://artclasswithlmj.wordpress.com/2012/11/28/educational-fair-use/

Included are basic “rules of thumb” to keep in mind while figuring out your “plan of action”.

  1. If you did not personally create what you are working with, go ahead and assume that it’s copyrighted.
  2. If your use of the work will result in profit, distribution, or personal gain – you should always get permission to use it first.
  3. If the work is not being recreated or used outside a school building, you are typically safe but it is always safe to have the original resource cited and available.

Copyright

AHSCHOOLS Copy of Guide to Understanding Copyright & Fair Use Copy of Guide to Understanding Copyright & Fair Use

Censorship Video

Banned Books-

Which books are banned and what reasons?