Attribution ---> Citation/Plagiarism
Permission ---> Copyright
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In general, students learn more about citation and plagiarism than they do about copyright. Tis is because of Fair Use, which is generally held to cover most student work from being sued for copyright infringement. However, even for student work, issues of permission have to be considered.
Fair Use sometimes will cover commercial, for-profit use of copyrighted material without permission, but it is genearlly harder to make a case under Fair Use, with some exceptions, i.e. quoting from a book that is being reviewed in a publication.
What is the Public Domain? And Why is 2019 Significant?
After January 1, 2074, all works will become public domain 70 years after the death of the rights-holder, 120 years for a corporate author.
What Can You Do with Works in the Public Domain?
An example: The Public Domain Review
Where Can you Find RPublic Domain Resources?
(use to find stuff; can limit to commercial)