RE: Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia (was: Re:

LeeAnne Krause (LLKRAUSE@gwm.sc.edu)
Tue, 19 Nov 2002 07:19:01 -0800 (PST)

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Hey, I appreciate all the feedback. It's really helpful.

I don't know for certain that any of the students wished to exhibit
their derivative works in any way. I was working under the belief that
the clips would be used for a class project, then the derivative work
would be destroyed at the end of the semester. If I understand what
folks are saying, it seems that this would be fair use. If, however,
they wished to display their works in a larger setting, like a mini
festival for all the students on campus to show off their opi, then
they'd have to get copyright clearance. Is this interpretation correct
(assuming all else is kosher, like not making changes to original work,
and staying under the duration limits, etc)???

LeeAnne


LeeAnne L. Krause
Manager, Educational Films
USC Film Library
803-777-0322



>>> barbara.bergman@mnsu.edu 11/19/02 09:37AM >>>

Hey guys,
In reading everyone's responses, I think there's some confusion
because
we're interpreting "Media Arts" differently.

I assumed "media arts" meant a class where students are learning how
to
use multimedia, but others seem to be thinking it's a creative arts
class where experimental films are being created.

LeeAnn, could you clarify?

Barb

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Hey, I appreciate all the feedback.  It's really helpful. 
 
I don't know for certain that any of the students wished to exhibit their derivative works in any way.  I was working under the belief that the clips would be used for a class project, then the derivative work would be destroyed at the end of the semester.  If I understand what folks are saying, it seems that this would be fair use.  If, however, they wished to display their works in a larger setting, like a mini festival for all the students on campus to show off their opi, then they'd have to get copyright clearance.  Is this interpretation correct (assuming all else is kosher, like not making changes to original work, and staying under the duration limits, etc)???
 
LeeAnne
 
 
LeeAnne L. Krause
Manager, Educational Films
USC Film Library
803-777-0322
 
 
 



>>> barbara.bergman@mnsu.edu 11/19/02 09:37AM >>>

Hey guys,
In reading everyone's responses, I think there's some confusion because
we're interpreting "Media Arts" differently.

I assumed "media arts" meant a class where students are learning how to
use multimedia, but others seem to be thinking it's a creative arts
class where experimental films are being created.

LeeAnn, could you clarify?

Barb

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