1. fair dealing in Canada does not contain exceptions for parody and satire.
  2. Fair dealing clauses
    1. Can make single copies of portions of works
      1. Research
      2. Privat study
      3. Criticism
      4. Review
      5. News reporting
    2. Relevant factors
      1. Length of the excerpts
      2. Relative importance & Quality of the exerpts
      3. Academic or Commercial intent
  3. Copyright Collectives
    1. COPIBEC (Quebec Universities)
    2. Access Copyright
  4. Internet
    1. What's Protected on the I'Net
      1. text
      2. Graphics
      3. Images
      4. Sound
      5. Video
    2. What's not Protected
      1. Facts
      2. Information
      3. titles
      4. Ideas
      5. Plots
      6. Short word combinations
  5. Other Stuff
    1. Made Students Copyright Owners
      1. Establish a library of student produced Intellectual property and make available to other students.
      2. Require students to copyright their work
    2. Creative Commons
      1. Definition of Creative Commons
      2. Sources of (cc) Resources
    3. Combatting Plagiarism
      1. Rule 1: You have the upper hand!
        1. Students do not plagiarise because they are smart. They plagiarize because they are lazy.
      2. Rule 2: Educator yourself about Plagiarism
        1. Download some free research papers
          1. http://www.oppapers.com/
          2. http://www.cyberessays.com/
      3. Rule 3: Prevent Plagiarism
        1. Students put off low priorities
          1. Include an element of interest in the assignments
        2. Many studens have poor time management skills
          1. Space out due dates for various elements of the assignment
        3. Some students fear that their writing ability is inadequate.
          1. Demonstrate how poor many downloadable papers can be.
        4. Some students do not know what plagiarism is.
          1. Provide and discuss a clear definition
          2. Post the definition
          3. Demo appropriate & inappropriate paraphrasing & quoting
      4. Explain that Plagiarism is cheating
        1. Famous Plagiarisers
      5. Explain Fair Dealing
      6. Introduce Creative Commons
      7. Strategies of Prevention
        1. Make clear assignments
        2. Provide list of specific & unique topics
        3. Make assignment authentic
        4. Ask for oral presentations
        5. Alternative mediums (video, Slide Decks, Images)
        6. Require metalearning (reflective essay)
      8. Dead Givaways
        1. Mixed citation styles
        2. Lack of quoted text
        3. Unusual formatting
        4. Off topic
        5. Signs of datedness
        6. Anachronisms
        7. Smoking Guns
        8. References to books not available in school library.
        9. All references at least five years old.
      9. Catching a Cheater
        1. Take the situation seriously
        2. Gather your evidence
        3. Determine who has to know
        4. Meet formally with the student
        5. Evalate your role
    4. EPIC