public performance rights

Sarah Hainsworth (shainswo@nshpl.library.ns.ca)
Mon, 24 Mar 1997 16:28:18 -0400

In the most recent issue of "Video Librarian" there is a short blurb about
Schools and the Public Performance Myth - the paragraph says that if you are
planning to use videos in a "face to face teaching situations, as part of
the curriculum" you don't need public performance rights. Does this apply
only to American schools or does it also apply to Canada? Can anyone
clarify? Thank you.

Sarah Hainsworth
Media Librarian, Education Media Library
Learning Resources and Technology Division
NS Department of Education and Culture
3770 Kempt Road, Halifax, NS CANADA B3K 4X8
(902)424-2439 (voice) (902)424-0633 (fax)
email: shainswo@nshpl.library.ns.ca