This helpful course explains what copyright means and when there may be exceptions. It discusses Fair Use, when a piece of music might be in the Public Domain, copyright infringement penalties and much more. And this unique course has been designed for your specific needs whether you are a Music Teacher, Spirit Coach, School Administrator, Theatre Director or Speech and Debate Coach.
Course comes with
1. What Does Copyright Mean?4 Sections
- Course Intro
- What is copyright and why does it matter?
- Rights of Others
- Copyright Infringement
2. Copyright Basics3 Sections
- Copyright Basics
- Reproducing Materials
- Distributing Copies and Recordings
3. Exceptions4 Sections
- Performable Unit
- Minor Edits
- Archival Recording
4. Fair Use2 Sections
- Fair Use
- What you CAN do
5. Arrangements, Copies, and R...3 Sections
6. Minor Edits1 Sections
- Minor Edits
7. Public Domain, Rental and O...3 Sections
- Public Domain
- Out-of-Print Music
- Rental Music
8. Performances and Exemptions4 Sections
- School Concert Exemption
- Distance Education Exemption
- Exemption Checklist
9. Penalties1 Sections
10. Arrangements and Licenses9 Sections
- Stock Arrangements
- Obtaining Permissions
- Custom Arrangement
- Most Favored Nations Clause
- Mechanical License
- Compulsory License
- Synchronization License
- Master License
- Performing Rights Licenses
11. Licensing in Dramatic Rights1 Sections
- Dramatic Rights
12. Cover Music5 Sections
- Music Editors
- Sound Effects
- Working With Your School's Cheer/Dance Team
- Streaming Rights
- Securing a License Through a 3rd Party
13. Festivals and Contests4 Sections
- Festivals and Contests
- Emergency Exception
- Hosting an Event and Copyrighted Materials
- Performing Rights Organizations
14. Resources1 Sections
15. Conclusion1 Sections
This Course Includes
- Approved for 3 Clock Hours
- Certificate of Completion
- Additional Resources
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