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Make sure students understand whose turf they are on when they surf the Internet for media! This one-of-a kind book provides important, easy-to-understand information on copyright laws and the fair use doctrine as they relate to Internet media. Students will also learn how to search for public domain media.
1. Understanding Copyright 2. Understanding Infringement and Fair Use 3. Searching the Internet 4. Finding and Acquiring Images and Media
Posted February 7, 2006
At last, something that makes sense for those of us who need to download from the 'Net. This is the easiest book I've ever read explaining how copyright works for figuring out how to use pictures. I hadn't realized it was actually a text book, but it is extremely well written and has great examples. The examples she uses really help you to understand the law. Another surprise are the chapters that show you how to search for pictures, video and sound files without worrying about whether or not you can use them.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.