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Copyright for Artists - including Creative Commons

A quick guide to Copyright Law (based on the Copyright Act, Singapore) and the rights that Artists (visual artists) have under the Act. Covers Exclusive Rights, What is an Artistic Work, Fair Dealing, Creative Commons and Public Domain.
Based on my experiences as a lecturer in Intellectual Property and Media Law, Copyright lawyer, and former in house counsel for a comic book company

Sherrie Lee on Using, Enhancing and Attributing Images from the Internet

Using, Enhancing & Attributing Images from the Internet - An excellent presentation by Sherrie Lee , Lecturer, Business Communications | Master of Arts in Teaching (TESOL) at Temasek Polytechnic. This is specially useful for educators, presenters, and anyone intending to use images found online.
I was privileged to be invited to attend this as a consultant on intellectual property issues.

Using, Enhancing & Attributing Images from the Internet from Sherrie Lee
This is the video from the workshop - parts 1 and 2

About Sherrie: Sherrie Lee was a lecturer at a polytechnic in Singapore and is now based in New Zealand pursuing her PhD. She taught post-secondary students Academic English & Business Communications, and was equally involved in designing curriculum for both students and adult learners. She has a Master of Arts in Teaching (TESOL) from the University of Southern California. Her research interests include learner identity, multiliteracies and educational technology. W…