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Reidsville Middle School

1903 S. Park Drive

Reidsville, NC 

Phone:  (336) 342-4726

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Rockingham County Schools

511 Harrington Highway

Eden, North Carolina 27288

Phone:  (336) 627-2600  Fax:  (336) 627-2660

Superintendent's E-mail:  rshotwell@rock.k12.nc.us

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"Today a reader, tomorrow a leader."
~ W. Fusselman ~

 

Welcome to the Reidsville Middle School Media Center! Our library has over 8,000 books for research and recreational reading as well as magazines, board games, and a professional collection for teachers.

Our media center hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. We have open circulation and students are welcome to come in at any time during the day as long as they have their school planner or a Raider pass signed by their teachers.

Students may also use the media center and computers for research after school until 4:00 pm. Additional times may be arranged prior to the date needed.

We look forward to assisting students in finding recreational reading materials as well as resources for information. We hope that as the school year progresses, all students will become critical thinkers and problem solvers through the utilization of technology tools, visual media, and other informational sources.

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. David Edrington, the media coordinator, at (336) 342-4726. He will be glad to help you!
 

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Destiny Link
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Copyright & Fair Use
Info about copyright laws
Overdrive eBook Library
Browse over 5700 titles
Project Gutenberg
Access over 46,000 free eBooks
Educational Resources
Full list of educational resources and links for the school year
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Copyright & Fair Use

What is Copyright? 

Copyright is a Federal law that protects your work or anyone else's work from being copied, changed, or used without permission.  In other words, when you create a story, poem, picture, or any other works, it belongs to you. Other people have to get permission to use it.

 

What is Fair Use?

Fair Use is a set of guidelines that allows you to use part of copyrighted works for educational purposes such as a report or multimedia presentation. 

 

 

Fair Use Guidelines

 

Text:

Up to 1000 words, but not more than 10% of the book or article

 

Poems:

Up to 250 words or the entire poem if less than 250 words

No more than 3 poems by the same author

No more than 5 poems in a collection of poetry

 

Photographs or Drawings:

Up to 5 graphics or photographs by the same person

No more than 15 images from a collection

Images cannot be changed.

 

Video:

Up to 3 minutes but no more than 10% of the entire video

The video clip cannot be changed.

 

Music:

Up to 30 seconds but no more than 10% of sheet music

Up to 30 seconds but no more than 10% of recording

The music cannot be changed in any major way.

 

Citations:

Remember to cite your sources.

Multimedia presentation must include a statement indicating fair use for educational purposes.

Copyright information must be included in bibliography.

 

 

If using online sites for information, check the copyright regulations.  Some sites allow use of information without copyright infringement. If you have questions about a site, ask your teacher or the media specialist.  They will be able to help you.

The following links will provide more information about copyright and general guidelines:

 

 
 

Overdrive

Visit http://rock.lib.overdrive.com 

to access Overdrive, our electronic library.

Student login:

username is your net id

password is your birthday in month/day/year format  MM/DD/YEAR 

 

Teacher login:

username is your net id

password is your birthday in year/month/day format  YEAR/MM/DD

 

Video Request Form

Teachers, please click the link below to open and print the RMS video request form. Submit the completed form to Ms. Blackwell for approval prior to showing the video.