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You may show videos in your class under the following conditions:
For more information refer to Section 29.5(d) of the Copyright Act.
Showing videos for the following purposes would NOT be considered fair dealing and would require a licence:
Please contact the Library for information on how to obtain a licence.
An individual can use copyrighted works such as images, videos, music, text, etc. in the creation of a new work (e.g. modifying a mathematical table, creating an instructional video, creating slides or documents) as long as the mash-up meets the following conditions (Section 29.21 of Copyright Act):
Niagara College Libraries subscribes to several video streaming databases, which are fully licensed alternatives to YouTube.
For example, check out the thousands of educational videos available through Films on Demand: