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Copyright and Fair Use: Online Teaching
This subject guide provides a general introduction to copyright and fair use.
If links are publicly available online, link to them.
If you wish to make copies, consider the four factors of fair use. (See Fair Use section for more information):
Provides video clips from a variety of sources, especially various video programs obtained from U.S. government agencies such as the U.S. Records and Archives Administration and NASA. Intended for fair use
Recordings, sheet music, and textbooks available to the public for free, without copyright restrictions
Classroom Use Exemption
Under the Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization (“TEACH”) Act, instructors are generally allowed to screen video clips and movies inside the classroom for educational purposes. This exemption does not apply to distance education. However, fair use may still apply.