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Presentation copyright question

New Here ,
Jun 22, 2006 Jun 22, 2006

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Hello, I was wondering what others do about copyright issues with PowerPoints that have been converted to a breeze presentation, or what you might reccommend. It seems like a lot of our presenters put things like dilbert cartoons, or movie clips into thier PPTs, but I am concerned about putting them on the web using presenter due to copyright issues.

Any suggestions or anyone want to share experiences. I don't want to go overboard and just axe all my speakers PowerPoints which use such material.

Thanks in advance.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 28, 2006 Jun 28, 2006

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Hi Uvadev:

This is a difficult area to provide any substantive guidance on. As
you're probably already aware, there is a lot of information on the
web regarding the "Fair Use" law. I found this article on the Nolo
Press site to be a good introduction on the topic:

http://www.nolo.com/article.cfm/objectID/C3E49F67-1AA3-4293-9312FE5C119B5806/310/276/240/ART/

If you work for a medium to large sized company, your company may
already have established procedures for the use of copyrighted
materials. If so, I would certainly recommend consulting with your
legal department to see what they recommend.

Hope this helps!

Jeff Von Ward
Breeze Product Support Manager
Adobe Systems, Inc.

On Thu, 22 Jun 2006 23:41:11 +0000 (UTC), "uvadev"
<webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote:

>Hello, I was wondering what others do about copyright issues with powerpoints
>that have been converted to a breeze presentation, or what you recommend. It
>seems like a lot of our presentations put things like dilbert cartoons, or
>movie clips into thier PPT, but I am concerned about putting them on the web
>using presenter due to copyright issues.
>
> Any suggestions or anyone want to share experiences. I don't want to go
>overboard and just axe all my speakers that use such material.
>
> Thanks in advance.

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New Here ,
Jul 13, 2006 Jul 13, 2006

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At my institution we have seen the same issues (of facutly and staff assuming the myth in which all media can be used if it is for educational use).

We have a best practices/ policies and proceedures in place. Here is a copy of our presentations that we share with our content developers and educators:
Copyright- http://breezep.suu.edu/p58369129/
TEACH Act- http://breezep.suu.edu/teachact/

Another tip is to have the staff go through the pains of obtaining a permission release. Here is a presentation that I made to make it easier for those not familiar with the process: http://breezep.suu.edu/p90533346/

Best of luck!

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LEGEND ,
Jul 13, 2006 Jul 13, 2006

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Thanks so much for sharing these Breeze presentations; they're not
only comprehensive on this topic but also very well executed. Kudos to
you and your staff.

Jeff Von Ward
Breeze Product Support Manager
Adobe Systems Inc

On Thu, 13 Jul 2006 16:28:47 +0000 (UTC), "mEan.MAC"
<webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote:

>At my institution we have seen the same issues (of facutly and staff assuming
>the myth in which all media can be used if it is for educational use).
>
> We have a best practices/ policies and proceedures in place. Here is a copy of
>our presentations that we share with our content developers and educators:
> Copyright- http://breezep.suu.edu/p58369129/
> TEACH Act- http://breezep.suu.edu/teachact/
>
> Another tip is to have the staff go through the pains of obtaining a
>permission release. Here is a presentation that I made to make it easier for
>those not familiar with the process: http://breezep.suu.edu/p90533346/
>
> Best of luck!
>

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