Aufderheide, Patricia (School of Communication)

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Apartheid
Published in: In These Times, May 1, 1985 Article unavailable from publisher in digital format.
The banality of banality
Book review published in: Village Voice, Oct. 25, 1983 Article unavailable in digital format from the publisher.
Beyond Broadcast: Reinventing public media in a participatory culture
9-page report., A report on Beyond Broadcast: Reinventing Public Media in a Participatory Culture, a conference held at the Harvard Law School on May 12-13, 2006. The participants explored the intersection of traditional public broadcast and new web-based participatory media, showcasing emerging models and practices that suggest a “new third way in public media” in a transformed media landscape (www.beyondbroadcast.net). Participants identified ways in which public broadcasters are incorporating user-generated content and testing interactive approaches that move beyond the one-to-many model of push media. At the same time, commercially-driven digital technologies are producing creative experiments in social networking and public expression. The group observed examples of cross-fertilization: public media is tapping into new practices as its draws upon longstanding strengths, while web-based participatory media is a seed bed for new practices in active public engagement. The cultivation of a shared understanding of public mission is essential in this emerging hybrid media environment., Submitted by Chris Lewis (clewis@american.edu) on 2008-12-05T22:06:25Z No. of bitstreams: 1 BeyondBroadcastRapporteurReport.pdf: 60681 bytes, checksum: ebbc96a6ef35c0ddd082091cf1f05da7 (MD5), Made available in DSpace on 2008-12-05T22:06:25Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 BeyondBroadcastRapporteurReport.pdf: 60681 bytes, checksum: ebbc96a6ef35c0ddd082091cf1f05da7 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2006-05
Big Country Small Movie
Published in: In These Times, Nov. 26, 1986, pp. 23-4. Article unavailable in digital format from publisher.
Black and white comedy bought and souled
Published in: In These Times, Dec. 17, 1986. Article unavailable in digital format from publisher.
Black Magic
Published in: The Progressive, Sept. 1987, pp. 26-7. Article unavailable in digital format from publisher.
The body in question
Film review of "Working Girls" published in: In These Times, Apr 1, 1987, p. 21. Article is unavailable in digital format from the publisher.
Center for Social Media hosts panel at AMLA (AU-SOC-CSM)
A 2-page report., A summary of a panel discussion at the 2003 Alliance for a Media Literate America convention on the inclusion of social change and advocacy materials in the K-12 classroom., Submitted by Chris Lewis (clewis@american.edu) on 2009-02-10T14:09:44Z No. of bitstreams: 1 amla.pdf: 37590 bytes, checksum: e9e5394d281404eefee67f5fd3d2ae1b (MD5), Made available in DSpace on 2009-02-10T14:09:44Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 amla.pdf: 37590 bytes, checksum: e9e5394d281404eefee67f5fd3d2ae1b (MD5) Previous issue date: 2003-06, Center for Social Media, American University
A Circus of the Senses / Media Beat
Published in: In These Times, Sept. 10, 1986, p.14 Unavailable in digital format from publisher.
Code of best practices in fair use for media literacy education
This guide identifies five principles that represent the media literacy education community’s current consensus about acceptable practices for the fair use of copyrighted materials, wherever and however it occurs: in K–12 education, in higher education, in nonprofit organizations that offer programs for children and youth, and in adult education. This code of best practices was created by convening ten meetings with more than 150 members of leading educational associations, including signatories to this document, and other educators across the United States. The process was coordinated by Profs. Renee Hobbs (Media Education Lab, Temple University), Peter Jaszi (Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property, Washington College of Law, American University) and Patricia Aufderheide (Center for Social Media, American University). The code was reviewed by a committee of legal scholars and lawyers expert in copyright and fair use., This document is a code of best practices that helps educators using media literacy concepts and techniques to interpret the copyright doctrine of fair use., Submitted by Chris Lewis (clewis@american.edu) on 2008-11-25T17:42:38Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Media_literacy_txt.pdf: 128096 bytes, checksum: c067333d0ada406692f1893e1df8a34c (MD5), Made available in DSpace on 2008-11-25T17:42:38Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Media_literacy_txt.pdf: 128096 bytes, checksum: c067333d0ada406692f1893e1df8a34c (MD5) Previous issue date: 2008-11, Center for Social Media, American University; Media Education Lab, Temple University.
Communication Scholars and Fair Use
Published in: International Journal of Communication 9(2015), Feature 2456–2466
Contributors and Arguments in Australian Policy Debates on Fair Use and Copyright
Published in: International Journal of Communication 11(2017), 522–545
Copyright in the Participatory and Online Video Environment
Preprint of chapter published in: Handbook on Participatory Video (Elisabeth-­‐Jane Milne and Claudia Mitchell), Lanham, MD: AltaMira, 2012.
Copyright, Permissions, and Fair Use among Visual Artists and the Academic and Museum Visual Arts Communities
Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Additional support provided by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation
Cost of copyright confusion for media literacy
17-page report with appendix., A summary of 63 interviews with educators, educational media producers, and organization leaders in media literacy about the relationship between beliefs about copyright and teaching practice., Submitted by Chris Lewis (clewis@american.edu) on 2008-12-02T17:16:07Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Final_CSM_copyright_report.pdf: 682449 bytes, checksum: 9984a1396de753315b06ea22a3d1794e (MD5), Made available in DSpace on 2008-12-02T17:16:07Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Final_CSM_copyright_report.pdf: 682449 bytes, checksum: 9984a1396de753315b06ea22a3d1794e (MD5) Previous issue date: 2007-09, Center for Social Media, American University; Media Education Lab, Temple University.
Current and Readable: Cinema and Social Change in Latin America (book review)
Book Review of: Cinema and Social Change in Latin America by Julianne Burton, University of Texas Press, 302 pp. Review text is unavailable in digital format from the publisher.

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