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I had a similar question about the use of images from off the internet to
use in Powerpoint presentations, so I asked our district technology training
coordinator for clarification.
For my district (and perhaps others), I was told that if I copied an image
into a Powerpoint presentation (using the copy function of the mouse right
button) and did not save a copy elsewhere on the hardrive or disk, but only
in the presentation file, that would be viewed as "fair-use" application.
If, however, I saved the image in a file (that could be used over and over)
that would not be "fair-use" for educational purposes.
I think that is a fair interpretation of copyrights.
>>Speaking of copyright laws, what is the legality of using artwork off
>I assume Karla's talking about displaying images from the net in her
>classroom. In which case, the "fair use" provisions of the copyright law
>would SEEM to apply here and allow her to display images in her
>classroom...assuming this display is for educational purposes only. I
>think she would have problems with infringement though if she's displaying
>these images in other public places.