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How many copyrighted illustrations or photographs can you legally use in an educational presentation?
a) Up to 5 illustrations or photographs. b) Up to 10 illustrations or photographs. c) Only one illustration or photograph. d) No limit on illustrations and photographs.
in copyright law CC stands for
a) Creative Cloud b) Copyright Clause c) Creative Commons d) Common Control
What is Fair Use?
a) It allows teachers to use copyrighted works in anyway b) It allows students to use copyrighted materials for making money if it started as a school project c) Allows teachers and students to copy entire books for their use d) It allows people to use copyrighted works if they are for certain specific uses
Which of the following can NOT be copyrighted?
a) Music b) Choreography c) Architecture d) Ideas
Which is NOT true about the Public domain
a) Anything in the public domain is usable by anyone b) Everything published before 1923 is public domain c) If a work has gone viral it is public domain d) US Federal works are public domain
Copyright is inforce when the work is..
a) an idea b) a brainstorm c) tangible d) discussed
There is no need to include the copyright symbol but it is still a good idea
a) True b) False c) . d) ,
What is copyright?
a) The exclusive right to ask to reproduce an original work b) The exclusive right to produce or reproduce, an original work c) The right of altering an original work without the authors permission d) The right to use 40% of an original work.
How long does a copyright last?
a) 10 years b) 50 years c) the life of the creator d) the life of the creator + 70 years
You can use any picture on the Internet legally in something you’re going to publish.
a) True b) False c) , d) .
If you draw a picture, write a song, or take a photo you own the copyright
a) True b) False c) . d) ,
What do you have to do legally to use a copyrighted work in something you’re going to post to the Internet?
a) Copy and paste it. b) . Cite the source. c) Get the creator’s permission. d) Nothing
what limitations on motion media can you legally use in an educational presentation?
a) Up to 15 percent or four minutes, which ever is less. b) Up to 10 percent or three minutes, which ever is less. c) Motion media has no restrictions. d) Motion media cannot be duplicated in any form.
The Fair Use Guidelines for Motion Media state the user may use up to
a) 5% b) 10% c) 15% d) 20%
A popular song is 6 minutes long. Following Fair Use Guidelines for Music, Lyrics, and Music Video, the development team may use up to how much of the music in their project?
a) 30 seconds b) 36 seconds c) 1 minute d) 0 time
Students may incorporate portions of lawfully acquired copyrighted work when producing their own educational multimedia projects if owned by:
a) The student b) A friend c) The teacher d) The school
Students must include a notice in their projects that certain materials are included under the fair use exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law. This notice must appear on
a) The closing screen b) The opening screen c) Screen prior to display the copyrighted work d) Any screen in the project as long as it is displayed somewhere
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