Jim Scholtz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 24 Nov 1998 11:15:25 -0800 (PST)
Strictly speaking to fall under "educational use" there has to be
face-to-face-teaching, grades have to be given, the video content has to be
directly related to the curricular subject matter, etc. Therefore, I don't
think that a faculty/teacher conference falls under the educational use
provision of copyright law (However, I may personally disagree with it).
It would not fall within fair use. Therefore, I would think that you/or
the faculty member in question, would have to get public performance rights
from the copyright holder for that particular showing instance. It may
cost/or not. Just my opinion. Jim Scholtz. Yankton Community Library, SD.
SAt 07:32 AM 11/24/98 -0800, you wrote:
>I have a question for the list...How do you handle a faculty members'
>request to show a video at a small conference? Does this fall under fair use
>for educational use, or will we need to get public performance rights??
>Thanks in advance for your advice.
>Ann O'Brien Fuller
>Head of Media Services
>Armstrong Atlantic State University
>11935 Abercorn Street
>Savannah, GA 31419