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Copyright crash courseCopyright crash courseALBERTO GONZALEZCopyrightCopyright is a legal concept giving the author of the original work exclusive rights to use it for limited time.LibraryLimited resourcesBooksArticles thesaurusesStaff member knowledgeAccess to internetLibrary and GoogleGoogleUnlimited resourcesMultiple search engine connections (invisible web)SponsorshipsLinked websitesPublic domain orphan Development of better tools identifying work in the public domainWorking with other librariesEnforcing the Copyright ActMass digitization facilitated growing recognition of overprotectionDigitization unleashes cultural heritageExamples of Public domain orphan LibrariesMuseumsArchivesInternet copyrightWhen using information for research always source the material where you got the information from. Use more preferred APA style Website location, article pages ect.Authors namePlagiarismWrongful use of information stolen from a source with close imitation. Not creating the information but rather getting information without giving the author credit for their work.ConsequencesFail a classReceive a 0 for a report and projectCredibility downfallIf caught in college transcript will state plagiarismVery difficult to get into a UniversityJobs will second guess a candidate Creative CommonsHelps share knowledge and creativity with the worldInfrastructure of digital creativity sharing and innovationExplore music, video, writing code creative workGlobal network support copyright actCase studies examples, whitehouse.gov, flickrTeach ACTSeparate set of rights addition to fair use display Teaching how to not plagiarismNot to inflict copyright infractionsSystem teaching in classrooms how not to use copyright infringements and not to plagiarizeOverallDo not be tempted to plagiarize or use any copyright Use proper citation sourcesUse as very little sourcing as possibleCredit authors when gathering sourcesUse internet sources Consult with professorSourcesShea, P., Sau Li, C., & Pickett, A. (2006). A study of teaching presence and student sense of learning community in fully online and web-enhanced college courses. Internet & Higher Education, 9 (3), 175-190. Vesley, P., Bloom, L., & Sherlock, J. (2007). Key elements of building online community: Comparing faculty and student perceptions. Journal of Online Teaching and Learning, 3(3). Retrieved from http://jolt.merlot.org/vol3no3/vesely.htm