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Copyrights Mini Lesson

Following is a recording of a larger presentation for media specialists delivered by Dr. Robert Kenny from FGCU. It includes the slides from that presentation, narrated by Dr. Kenny, along with the movie clips embedded within it. It is yours for the taking. As far as we can tell, all content comes from open sources (an interesting conundrum, which will become apparent after viewing the lesson.. We have absolutely no easy way of telling whether the videos borrowed from You Tube are actually not copyrighted!).

First we have a narrated, recorded version (Flash) of the presentation that includes the embedded videos. Sorry about the watermark but I was testing out a new PowerPoint to Video converter.

At any rate, enjoy….


Here is a download of the self playing PowerPoint without the videos. The file is quite large (over 300 megs)

Credits/Reference Materials

The Fairy Use Tale:
Created by Eric Faden of Bucknell University. This work is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.


Here are some of the links of back up materials provided in the presentation: