Webinar: Copyright and Faculty Rights
Do you have questions about what is legal to use freely for teaching purposes in the classroom or online? In this recorded webinar, speakers from Duke University and Rhode Island School of Design review the use of copyright for teaching in both live and online classroom environments. They cover what is legal by statute and what is eligible for fair use exceptions as well. We strongly recommend this content for all faculty.
Running Time: 1 hour, 27 minutes
- Introductions: start to 0:01:44 (1 minute, 44 seconds)
- Copyright Framework: 0:01:44 to 0:11:20
- Copyright in the Live Classroom (Statutory Exception): 0:11:20 to 0:18:17
- Questions: 0:18:17 to 0:21:33
- Copyright in the Virtual Classroom (Statutory Exception): 0:21:33 to 0:45:15
- Questions: 0:45:15 to 0:52:00
- Fair Use: 0:52:00 to 1:17:17
- Summary: 1:17:00 to 1:18:45
- Questions: 1:18:45 to 1:27:15
How to Access
You must login to your Pepperdine Google account in order to access this video. The recording and its materials are licensed from Academic Impressions for the use by Pepperdine University faculty, staff, and students only. Due to this, we are securely hosting the video and materials on Google Drive and limiting access to only Pepperdine University users. We cannot share the recording with any non-Pepperdine Google accounts.
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- Pepperdine Academic Policies and Documents
- Filesharing at Pepperdine
- Know Your Copyrights
- Stanford Copyright and Fair Use Center
- TEACHing from a Distance and Copyright Considerations
- Court dismissed lawsuit challenging UCLA practice of streaming instructional videos
- Georgia State Copyright Case Resources (from EDUCAUSE)
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