This interactive presentation from the Library of Congress web site offers four sections which cover a few scenarios(Copyright Exposed), a timeline of copyright law history (Files on Record), an overview/quiz (Reading the Fine Print), and assistance with registering a copyright (Steps to Copyright).
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The Copyright Society of the U.S.A. is a nonprofit corporation that was founded in 1953 to foster interest in and advance the study of copyright law and the rights in literature, music, art, the theater, motion pictures, and other forms of intellectual property.
Friends of Active Copyright Education (FA©E), is a new initiative of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. The principal goal of FA©E is to provide a broad range of resources to foster and support copyright education. To further that goal, a FA©E subcommittee developed the copyrightkids.org web site to teach school-age children the basics of copyright law.
Site includes a digital image rights computator, digital copyright slider, library and archive exception spinner, fair use evaluator and checklist, codes of best practices, multimedia guide, toolkit and flow chart, and other useful tools and charts.
Last Modified on August 22, 2012