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Teaching => Theory and Practice => Topic started by: Howard Moon on April 16, 2020, 02:51:58 pm

Title: Textbook CD copyright and YouTube
Post by: Howard Moon on April 16, 2020, 02:51:58 pm
I uploaded a video (recorded using Zoom) for my Grade 3 class to YouTube. One of my co-teachers told me that she does not think I should upload the video to YouTube because I played videos directly from the CD in my video and their may be a copyright issue. I know that the CD videos are also available online (https://webdt.edunet.net/) but the online e-books lack some features that the CD has. Does anyone know if there is a copyright issue? The video is unlisted on YouTube and I plan to delete it after a week or so.

I asked my other co-teacher if she could upload it to Classting. The homeroom teacher said that they rather want a link to YouTube because it is difficult to upload to Classting (or something like that... the video is less than 100mb in size... )
Title: Re: Textbook CD copyright and YouTube
Post by: nightninja on April 16, 2020, 03:13:35 pm
 I read on another post somewhere that it is ok for this corona period, but must be removed after