The Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act updates sections 110(2) and 112 of the Copyright Act to allow the same activities to take place in an online educational setting.
These situations must be face-to-face teaching at not-for-profit educational institutions.
Thanks to Section 110(1) of the Copyright Law, classroom teachers are able to:
These are some of the many examples teachers and students can use in a classroom setting without violating Copyright.
The following must be adhered to:
The Mount Carmel Health Sciences Library subscribes to many resources that can be used in a classroom setting. Below are some suggestions.
No infringement of Copyright is violated if: