Staying out of trouble?
- April 8, 2011 @ 10:04amnuclear123 says:Could you give me your advice on the following questions i have. 1.) for example, say i read a book and store the notes into a powerpoint. Some text i have taken straight from the book and some i have put in my own words. I'f I wanted to distrubute this powerpoint to others, what options would i need to do in order to make sure i don't get in trouble with copyright?
- April 8, 2011 @ 10:04amJanetCroft says:Take a look at http://copyright.columbia.edu/copyright/files/2009/10/fairusechecklist.pdf for a checklist to help you evaluate your use. I think what you are doing sounds like fair use -- if you are just sharing this with a few people, not charging for it, only quoting portions of the work, and citing it properly so it's clear it's writeen by someone else, you should be fine.
- April 8, 2011 @ 10:04amCOvalle says:What's happening when you click on the link? Another way to get there is, go to copyright.columbia.edu and click the "Fair Use" link on the left. There's also a tool on this site- if you go to librarycopyright.net, there's a fair use tool on the bottom right.