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Question | Copyright & Fair Use

There are a lot of ways you can incorporate images, videos, and even music into your videos without violating anyone’s copyright. You could use your own content, content in the public domain, content available through Creative Commons, or content that is someone else’s but your use is fair use.

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Question | Copyright & Fair Use

Because yearbooks aren't created to make profits, using song lyrics or a book quote in a yearbook ad would probably count as educational fair use, so it wouldn't violate copyright. 

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Quiz | Student Press

What rights do student journalists have? Test your knowledge!

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Quiz | FOIA/OMA

What can you ask for with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request? Take this quiz to find out!

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