Lesson 1 covers our roles as consumers and creators and the basic protections of copyright. It also provides a high level view of copyright’s limitations—the things it doesn’t cover, like facts and ideas, fair uses, and works in the public domain.
LESSON 1: Creativity in the Online World — Our Roles as Creators and Consumers
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Video clips for in-class lessons
|Video Link||Video ID||Description||Runtime
|View Video||1.1||“Magic Meerkat Moments” from BBC One, Planet Earth||1:48|
|View Video||1.2||“Polar bear encounter” from BBC One, Planet Earth||2:00|
|View Video||1.3||“What’s Up with Copyright Anyway?—A Brief (Very Brief) History and Copyright Basics”||5:30|
|View Video||1.4||“Permission NOT Required—The Limits of Copyright: Ideas & Facts, Fair Use, and Public Domain”||8:32|
|View Video||1.5||“From Bullied to Bank: How Bethany Mota Created a YouTube and Fashion Empire”||4:30|
|View Video||1.6||Frontline Documentary “The Persuaders”||1:13|
* Video runtimes do not include the credits.