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Copyright for Educators: Video

Information about Copyright, Fair Use, & the Teach Act


A  variety of people and organizations have produced video to help interpret or understand copyright law and fair use in education or to express their viewpoints on the topic.  Links to a selection of those videos can be found on this page.

What about using video in the classroom?

A Fair(y) Use Tale

 Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University made this creative overview of copyright and fair use.

User Rights, Section 107 Music Video

Music video about copyright and fair use, from the Media Education Lab at Temple University

CIS Fair Use Legal Experts Answer Fair Use Questions - Stanford Center for Internet and Society

 Stanford Center for Internet and Society

Anthony Falzone, Executive Director of the Fair Use Project, and Julie Ahrens, Associate Director of the Fair Use Project , answer  questions  about Fair Use

Creative Commons - Get Creative

Creative Commons video. Explains Creative Commons licensing, and its relationshiop to copyright.

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Maureen Cropper
Electronic Resources Librarian / Professor
BCTC - Leestown Campus
Lexington, KY 40511

Streamiing Video BCTC Libraries

The library subscribes to some streaming video and film options.  In most cases, our licensing permissions allow for instructors to include links to these items within their courses for educational purposes, provided access to materials is only made available to students, staff, and faculty of the college.. If you have questions related to our subscriptions, please reach out to our electronic resources librarian, Maureen Cropper.

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