Copyright, Plagiarism & Fair Use

 

Copyright is the exclusive right given to an author

to protect his or her original work from being printed,

distributed, or copied without his or her premission.                                                        

                                    Plagiarism is presenting another person's work as your own.    

                                                                                                                                                                           Fair use is a legal gray area that refers to exceptions

in the rights of copyright holders and allows   for limited

use of copyrighted material, even without permission.

 

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REFERENCES

  • Bailey,J (2005, October 6). Copyright Infringement, Plagiarism and Fair Use. Retrieved From https://www.plagiarismtoday.com/2005/10/06/copyright-infringement-plagiarism-and-fair-use/
  • iKeepSafe (2016, March 17) Copyright and Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens- A New Literacy. Retrieved From https://youtu.be/uLtJd4LDdfY
  • Vandagriff,M (2015, December 7). Copyright and Fair Use {Elementary}. Retrieved From https://youtu.be/fQdpBQHmYtI