Copyright Review: Question Preview (ID: 5012)

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"Fair Use" of a copyrighted item requires that it be used for non-commercial purposes, such as education.
a) True b) False c) Sometimes d) Only on weekends
What is the "Public Domain?"
a) the environment in which you publish your materials (e.g., BlackBoard) b) any environment outside the classroom in which course materials are visible. c) The "Creative Commons" d) A collection of assets, including intellectual property, available for the public's free use.
The TEACH Act of 2002:
a) exempted all instructional environments from copyright law. b) exempted all not-for-profit instructional environments from copyright law. c) expanded the rights of distance education teachers to more closely mirror those of classroom teacher d) provided classroom teachers with more rights to use copyrighted materials.
The TEACH Act of 2002 broadened the rights of distance education teachers to be more in line with those already provided to classroom instructors.
a) True b) False c) Sometimes d) What is the difference.
If you use copyrighted material in an online lecture, you are protected:
a) If you post it on an approved Learning Management System b) Post it on YouTube c) Save it on your blog d) always.
Works created by faculty are:
a) the property of the instructor b) the property of the institution c) public domain d) not subject to copyright
"Creative Commons" license always
a) allwos educational use of intelectual property b) restricts commercial use of intellectual property c) prevents modification of intellectual property by anyone except the owner of the license d) allows license owners to specify which intellectual property rights they are granting or not.
What is a safe way to include web based content in your online class without violating copyright?
a) Put the name of the person who originally published the work and copy it to your page. b) Link to it. c) Only use "Creative Commons" material. d) Don't tell anybody where you got it.
When can an instructor digitize material?
a) When there is already a digital copy of it. b) If they own the book. c) If there is no digital version of the book. d) Never.
Which of the following is considered in the public domain?
a) A survey conducted by a private financial institution. b) A research conducted by a non-profit organization. c) A work done by an employee of the US Government. d) A work done by an employee of the US Government as part of that person's official business.
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