Worksheet
Something Borrowed
by Malcolm Gladwell   

1.     What was her field of study?  

2.    What was the name of her collaborator? 

3.    What was the name of the Broadway play? 

4.    Where had Lewis worked? 

5.    Fighting piracy has become an obsession with?  _____and _____  .

6.    On some level, Lewis considered the borrowing to be a _____.  

7.    How long was the chart that Lewis make up?    

8.    How many times did the Beastie Boys play Newton’s sample?  

9.    In the music world, copyright works fall into how many catagories?   

10.    Chief expert witness for Beastie Boys ‘choir was?   

11.    Lloyd Webber borrows something from 1984 music, who did he ‘borrow ‘it from?  

12.    Intellectual-property doctrine isn’t a ________application of ……  

13.    You get an initial _________on your creation because we want to provide economic _______for people to invent things…..   

14.    Lessig argues that _______swung much too far in the direction of _______ _______…  

15.    Plagiarism is different, when it comes to literature, we have somehow decided that copying is _____acceptable.  

16.    Who said” I thought it was O.K. to use it”?     

17.    How many words brought the walls tumbling down?  


Worksheet
Avoiding Plagiarism:
The WPA Statement

1.    Definition:
In an instructional setting, plagiarism occurs when _______________________________________________ its source.      writer deliberately uses someone else’s language, ideas, or other original (not common-knowledge) material without acknowledg¬ing

2.    Most current discussions of plagiarism___________between :   fail to distinguish


3.    A student should be considered to have failed to cite and document sources appropri¬ately if they ?   attempts (even if clumsily) to identify and credit his or her source,

4.    Students who are fully aware that their actions constitute plagiarism are guilty of______________.        academic mis¬conduct

5.    Plagiarism includes:

6.    Students are not guilty of plagiarism when they try in good faith to acknowledge others’ work but fail to do so accurately or fully.  Give 4 examples of this.
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Make a copy of  the rules for reference


Worksheet
The 'Fair Use' Rule:
When Use of Copyrighted Material is Acceptable
 
Fair use is based on the belief that the public is entitled to freely use portions of copyrighted materials for purposes of __________ and ____________. 



Non-commercial use is often considered fair use.

Benefits to the public may be fair use.

 Unpublished Materials- 



Worksheet
WIKIPEDIA
Fair Use Policy

Fair use is a __________ and __________ to the exclusive ________ granted by the copyright law. 


In the United States copyright law, fair use is a __________ that permits limited use of copyrighted material without acquiring permission from the rights holders.   


What are some of the examples provided for in Wikipedia




In Folsom v. Marsh, Joseph Story opinion four factors were set forth, when the defendants explanation.  They are:




Fair use tempers copyright’s exclusive rights  to serve the purpose of copyright law, defining the promotion of the progress of __________ and useful _______.    


Factors regarding Fair Use are:

Practical effect usually possible to quote from copyrighted work to _______ or ________ upon it. 

Generally considered Fair uses:
Criticism and _________.  Comment  Example:
News ___________.  Reporting  Example
Research and ____________.  Scholarship  Example
Nonprofit ______________ uses.  Educational Example
Parody. – Example

 Non-commercial use is often considered fair use.
Violations often occur, desire for ________ gain.  Commercial
If primarily for private commercial gain?  ________against fair use. 

Benefits to the public may be fair use.
Commercial motive doesn’t ________ always disqualify for fair use.

What is the example provided in the reading?

 Unpublished Materials- 
How does it apply to unpublished works.

In what year did Congress amend the fair use provision?    




Worksheet
WIKIPEDIA
Fair Use Policy

Fair use is a __________ and __________ to the exclusive ________ granted by the copyright law.  Limitation and exception   right

In the United States copyright law, fair use is a __________ that permits limited use of copyrighted material without acquiring permission from the rights holders.   Doctrine


What are some of the examples provided for in Wikipedia



In Folsom v. Marsh, Joseph Story opinion four factors were set forth, when the defendants explanation.  They are:




Fair use tempers copyright’s exclusive rights  to serve the purpose of copyright law, defining the promotion of the progress of __________ and useful _______.    Science  arts


Factors regarding Fair Use are:
Use fulfills the intention of copyright law to _________ creativity.

Prevent private ownership of work rightfully belongs in the ___________  ________. 

Assesses the ______ or _____ of the original copyrighted work. 
Effects on the copyright owner’s _________ to _________ his/her original work. 

Practical effect usually possible to quote from copyrighted work to _______ or ________ upon it. 

Teaching students about the work, what example did they use in Wikipedia?  A teacher who prints a few copies of a poem to illustrate a technique will have no problem on all four of the above factors (except possibly on amount and substantiality), but some cases are not so clear.