Full-Length Videos in the Classroom
We have three strategies and potential solutions on how you can incorporate full-length videos into your course wihtout violating copyright laws. Here is what we can currently recommend: 1) Physical copy on reserve at the library; 2) Screenings in class or organized outside of class by faculty members only for students enrolled in the course; 3) Films listed as required material on a course syllabus and pointing students to paid sources for those films.
In addition, we have further strategies for finding streaming video materials for your students. Below are also additional resources and explanations of Copyright and Fair Use.