Posted by: jillyjelly
January 21, 2020 @ 10:11pm
Hi! My name is Jil.Replies: 1
I am here to ask questions about using screen shoots in my dissertation.
Currently, I am working on my dissertation with a qualitative content analysis method.
That said, I need to do an in-depth analysis on... Read more...
Posted by: chensley
January 21, 2020 @ 5:47pm
As part of the UIL competition for the district, students in Oral Reading, read a poen from a book, giving the Title and Author credit of the book. The district has dropped the competition stating it is breaking Copyright Law to site a published poem..Replies: 1
Posted by: LibrisRex13
January 13, 2020 @ 7:48am
A well-known, and now deceased, American author was an alum of our college. While a student, they wrote a few short stories that were published in our school's literary magazine. This is the only place these stories were ever published. We... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: dudley
January 11, 2020 @ 8:19am
I am trying to put together a short documentary more as an exhibit of my editing prowess than for the content. My intent for the final product was not to directly profit from it but to share it freely as a portfolio piece and hopefully someone... Read more...
Posted by: hasong
January 10, 2020 @ 12:45pm
We are designing an online course which needs to use some clips from the show The Simpsons. Each of the clips we want to use are relatively short just for illustration purpose. I'd like to understand if we violates the copyright law to use them without... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: CEbert2
December 4, 2019 @ 8:42am
I have a librarian who wants to show a documentary for a program. A member of the community donated the DVD to us. They bought the publc performance rights to the film. Can we legally show the donated film?Replies: 1
Posted by: User_11292019
November 29, 2019 @ 11:17am
Hello everyone,Replies: 1
I hope someone is qualified enough to give me some advice, because it is not always easy to ask the copyright owner due to the lack of contact information. I'm genuinely interessted if I can use images of a boxing fight that was... Read more...
Posted by: Bcraig70
November 25, 2019 @ 8:10pm
How do I determine who originally published vintage holiday cards and if they are available for use? Replies: 1
Posted by: Alfred
November 20, 2019 @ 7:15am
Greeting Carrie and new Copyright Scholars from an original Copyright Scholar. I'm so glad the forum is back. I had to create a new username because I changed jobs and emails long ago, but I am the same afry you see in earlier threads.Replies: 3
I have... Read more...
Posted by: jritchie
November 14, 2019 @ 1:47pm
We are a non-profit trade association that often presents our research findings and reports at conferences. I know that at least at our own conferences (which we charge for) links are often sent out for attendees to view presentations afterwards. Does... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: ifreed
November 10, 2019 @ 7:21pm
Are stories & books like these (which are in the public domain in the U.S.) in the public domain in English in India?Replies: 2
• The Little Red Hen
• Little Red Riding Hood
• The Story of the Three Little... Read more...
Posted by: apizzollo
October 21, 2019 @ 11:45am
Hi all, Replies: 2
Photographs have come up a few times before in the forum, but I'm not seeing the exact topic/answer I'm hoping for.
I struggle with determing if historic photos are published or unpublished. Per the current photograph copyright... Read more...
Posted by: Artifact
September 29, 2019 @ 9:27am
I'm looking to create lithophanes of artwork I found online. A lithophane is a 3d printed image that can only be seen if you shine light through it. Does this fall under creative freedom or is it something that is against the law to sell? Replies: 1
Posted by: duffusre
September 3, 2019 @ 6:24am
During our school's morning meeting, the principal would like to read a handful of our library books to the entire school of elementary students. The principal wants the librarian to scan the book pages to make book slides to project during the... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: apizzollo
August 27, 2019 @ 12:41pm
Hi all, Replies: 2
I have an unpublished draft of an article that was written in 1911 or 1912. One of the authors lived past 1950. The article was published a few months after this draft and the published version is not in copyright. The unpublished draft... Read more...
Posted by: susabeck
August 22, 2019 @ 2:26pm
Our Center for Learning and Professional Development (CLPD) folks are working on a training module on bullying and microaggression. They want to embed a link to a YouTube video in their training module which is created using Articulate, a sort of a... Read more...Replies: 2
Posted by: Drifter
August 4, 2019 @ 11:43am
This question may have been posted in the wrong place, but I'd be interested to hear your views if indeed you find this question an appropriate one.Replies: 1
I've seen so many sellers online making very good money from selling products that very clearly... Read more...
Posted by: DKruse94
July 18, 2019 @ 11:00pm
I stumbled upon an article earlier today talking about Superman, Batman, Mickey Mouse, and other characters entering public domain soon because their copyrights are expiring. The article later stated that the legal status of this is going to raise a lot... Read more...Replies: 1
Posted by: MarciaK
July 9, 2019 @ 8:32am
I am concerned about extreme statements like "All Rights Reserved" and "No material from this publication may be used in any way without written permission from all owners, etc..." I have been told that such statements are not valid, but the faculty I...Replies: 2
Posted by: lbryvxn
July 2, 2019 @ 3:44pm
A large Newspaper partners w my library for different talks on different topics- the last one was about the tech boom, the nexr one is about Food, etc. This large newspaper would like to have program/dance party feauturing all the great songs about... Read more...Replies: 2
Posted by: Aross
June 29, 2019 @ 6:19pm
(I don't see my original post.) Who can view copyrighted material sent to the U.S. Copyright Office? In my story, I use some colorful text. Should I submit the story in black and white?Replies: 1
Posted by: Aross
June 28, 2019 @ 9:15pm
After I submit a work to the U.S. Copyright Office, who can see it? I mean, can anyone see it before I show it to publishers?Replies: 1
Posted by: kevinr
June 18, 2019 @ 9:53am
I am fairly new to Resource Sharing and I have a question about keeping records of requests.
I asked my supervisor about this statement in our proposed policy:
The ILL unit will track patrons’ requests, keep a record of all... Read more...
Posted by: eddieaguila
June 6, 2019 @ 8:23am
Hypothetically speaking, could a classroom teacher post an entire work on an LMS system such as Canvas, Blackboard, or Moodle. For example, could an 11th grade ELA teacher post Fahrenheit 451 in its entireity in his Google Classroom or Canvas classroom... Read more...Replies: 2
Posted by: Carrie
May 29, 2019 @ 1:30pm
I was wondering if other libraries are still using faculty copies to put on reserve in the library, since this is from 2007.. I cannot find any reference forbidding this practice except at Wiley. For instance Pearson or McGraw Hill. Thanks in... Read more...