another fairuse document

Subject: Fair Use Guidelines
Deborah Scott
Texas Tech University HSC
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FAIR USE GUIDELINES FOR EDUCATIONAL MULTIMEDIA
DRAFT-
July 31, 1995
Consortium of College and Media Centers (CCUMC) Fair Access
 Working Committee

STUDENT USE
Students may use portions of lawfully acquired copyrighted works
in their academic multimedia projects, with proper attribution and=20
citations, and may retain these in their personal portfolios as examples
of their academic work for later appropriate uses such as job and=20
graduate school applications.
INSTRUCTION IN MULTIMEDIA
Educators may use portions of lawfully acquired copyrighted works=20
in the course of face-to-face teaching activities or similar projects
devoted to demonstrate to students how to create multimedia projects.
FACE-TO-FACE CURRICULUM-BASED INSTRUCTION
Educators may use portions of lawfully acquired copyrighted works
 in production and use their own multimedia projects for their own
 teaching tools in support of an identified curriculum.
PEER CONFERENCES
Educators may perform or display their own multimedia works=20
created for their own curriculum-based instructional activities,
 which use portions of copyrighted works lawfully acquired
 by the educational institution, at  workshops of their peers or
 a conference where educators are presenting  work they created
for their students.
REMOTE INSTRUCTION
Educators may use portions of lawfully acquired copyrighted
works in producing their own multimedia educational programs
 to be used for  curriculum-based instructional activities provided
 over an electronic network, provided there are limitations to access
 and on the total number of students enrolled.
TIME LIMITATIONS
Educators may use their own multimedia programs , containing
 portions of copyrighted works incorporated under fair use and=20
developed for educational purposes, in teaching courses for a period=20
of up to two years after completion of the finished multimedia product
 but use beyond that time period requires permission for each
 copyrighted portion incorporated in the production.
PORTION LIMITATIONS
MOTION MEDIA:
Up to 10% or 3 minutes, whichever is less, in the aggregate of
 a copyrighted motion media work may be reproduced, performed,
and displayed as part of a  multimedia program produced by an=20
educator or student for educational purposes.
PORTION LIMITATIONS
TEXT MATERIAL:
Up to 10% or 1000 words in the aggregate of a copyrighted
 work consisting of text material may be reproduced, performed,
 or displayed for educational purposes. In the case of a poem, the=20
entire poem if less than 250 words or 250 words of a
 larger poem may be reproduced, performed, and displayed as
 part of a multimedia program produced by an educator or student
 for educational purposes.
In the case of an anthology, not more than 5 poems may be
 reproduced, copied, or displayed, and not more than one
 poem by one poet.
PORTION LIMITATIONS
MUSIC:
Up to 10% of a copyrighted musical composition or up to
 10% of a musical embodied on a sound recording may be reproduced,
performed and displayed as part of a multimedia program=20
produced by an educator for educational purposes.
PORTION LIMITATIONS
ILLUSTRATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHS
The reproductions or display of photographs and illustrations
 is more difficult to define with regard to fair use because fair
 use usually precludes the use of  entire works. Under these=20
guidelines a photograph or illustration may be used
 in its entirety but no more than 5 images of an artist
 or photographer   may be incorporated into any one
 multimedia program.
When using photographs and illustrations from a=20
collection, not more than 10% may be used in the
 multimedia program.
IMPORTANT REMINDER #1
Educators and students are advised that they must include
 on the opening screen of their multimedia program and any
 accompanying print material a notice that
 certain materials are included under fair use exemption of the
U.S. Copyright Law and have been prepared with the fair use
 guidelines and are restricted from further use.
IMPORTANT REMINDER #2
Educators and students are reminded that proper attribution
 and credit with  citations to sources must be noted for all=20
copyrighted works included in all
 multimedia programs prepared by educators and=20
students, including those prepared under fair use.