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Assument Project description Assignment #4: Copyright, OneSearch and Creative Commons In one MS Word document, answer the questions from each of the following three parts: Part I: Copyright Basics Watch the video by the Copyright Clearance Center. Answer the following questions: 1.What is copyright? 2.Copyright is automatic when _____________. 3.Is a copyright symbol (c) required for a work to be protected under copyright? 4.What are three things not protected by copyright? 5.Logos and tag lines are not protected by copyright but may be protected by ___________. 6.What four factors are used to determine whether the use of a copyrighted work is allowed under œfair use? 7.What is the first sale doctrine? 8.What is œattribution as it pertains to copyright? 9.What is œpublic domain as it pertains to copyright? 10.When in doubt, get _______ from the copyright holder. 11.Find a credible website (perhaps a .gov website) and briefly describe the difference between a patent, trademark and copyright. Part II: ISU Library’s OneSearch tool and citing Using the ISU Library’s OneSearch tool, perform the following search: Boolean/Phrase: wearable technology Limiters: Full Text; Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals; Available in Library Collection; Published between 2012 and 2014 Source Type: Academic Journals Subject: Google Glass Copy and paste the œCurrent Search section on the left side of the screen into your MS Word document. How would you cite (in a references section) the first search result in APA format? (Hint: Use OneSearch to help you. If you weren’t in class, visit the OneSearch help link.) Part III: Creative Commons: Watch the Creative Commons video and review the content on the Creative Commons œabout web page. Answer the following questions: 1. Briefly describe the purpose and benefits of the Creative Commons. 2. Briefly describe how Creative Commons help creators opt-out of copyright altogether? 3. What’s the direct link (URL) to the Creative Commons webpage that allows you to find CC-licensed works?

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