another copyright question

Collette Ford (ccford@lib.uci.edu)
Mon, 26 Feb 2001 09:40:32 -0800 (PST)

Here are a couple of copyright question scenarios related to showing videos to student groups on campus that I'd like the groups' opinion about:

1) student group wants to show video during their meeting
2) student group wants to show video during their meeting and have discussion led by faculty advisor
3) student group has invited faculty member to give lecture and faculty member will show video
4) student group is working with faculty member on project for which they get academic credit; want to show video at meeting with lecture by guest faculty

In my limited understanding, scenario #1 would be considered a public performance. Is that right? Can the face-to-face teaching exemption be extended to scenarios #2, #3, or #4 where some teaching is occurring???

Many thanks,

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Collette

Collette C. Ford Multimedia Resources Center Librarian Main Library P.O. Box 19557 Irvine, CA 92623-9557 Phone: 949-824-8929 FAX: 949-824-5740 Email: ccford@uci.edu