One major copyright issue that many educators face is the use of copyrighted media in their classes, whether the materials are used to teach or as part of student assignments. Understanding your rights when using these items can be incredibly useful for educators and students alike.
Here are some best practices for using copyrighted videos in class:
Here are some best practices for using copyrighted images in class:
Navigating copyright law for music can be incredibly difficult. Like other resources, you can claim Fair Use for your use of copyrighted music in the classroom, but this can be tricky with music.
If you are looking for openly licensed or public domain music online, consider using the resources below: