[Air-L] Using screen captures in Thesis paper
pjeter at eden.rutgers.edu
Mon Jul 16 17:39:52 PDT 2012
Another resource to consult would be your university librarian. They are used to working with academics who want to use various types of media in their classes and research. If they don't have a definitive answer for you they may have a good sense of the best place for you to check for an answer.
I hope this helps.
School of Communication and Information
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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> Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2012 17:35:50 +0800
> From: Emily Liu <b941020045 at gmail.com>
> To: "Dan L. Burk" <dburk at uci.edu>
> Cc: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
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> Hi Dan,
> Thank you and everyone else who has replied to this topic.
> I have some questions to clarify though, as everything is so confusing
> regarding the copyright problem.
> Based on my understanding you said, the claim to fair use may not be
> applicable to my case, since the TOS is a contract for the users of the
> site? Is that right?
> If someone who is in a site with a copyright disclaimer (and no TOS), and
> like my case, cannot hear back to get permission from the site to use in
> their study, can they claim fair use as the case?
> Yet I am not unwilling to get the authorization for using the screen
> captures, just that no one replied.. So the things that I can do now is to
> keep sending messages to the site's moderators and other emails and hope
> that someone replies?
> And if no one replies, I can either as you suggested to use the image and
> hope no one notices/cares or not use any images at all?
> This is a very difficult issue... And I have no idea who to ask in
> Taiwan... I will try to find someone who is familiar with Taiwanese
> copyright laws to ask too.
> Thanks again for your answers.
> Min-Ju Liu (Emily)
> M.A. Student in Applied Linguistics
> Department of Foreign Languages and Literature
> National Sun Yat-sen University
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