The Copyright Commandments
- Physical items
- Do not copy
- from “consumables” (lab manuals, workbooks, music theory workbooks).
- to substitute for the purchase of the book from which you are copying.
- the same materials year after year.
- Do not charge students beyond the actual cost of copying.
- Digital items
- Do not scan images that you do not own or license and post to the Web without permission
- Do not incorporate copied Web material into a new Web page and then distribute it.
- Do not distribute, adapt or make additional copies of emails without permission.
- Do not repost photos that don’t belong to you on social media without asking and giving credit.
- Do not post video, audio or images of other people without gaining their permission and giving credit.
- Performance Rights
- Do not show audio-visual materials without an appropriate institutional license, and by excerpting correctly for an instructional venue.
- Do not perform a copyrighted work without a license, permission of the copyright owner and proper payment of royalties.
from The Copyright Advisory Network
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