Answered By: Siu Chen Lim Last Updated: Jul 29, 2016 Views: 27
Answered By: Siu Chen Lim
Last Updated: Jul 29, 2016 Views: 27
- Under section 23 of the Copyright Act, you are allowed to screen the video in class as part of your student assignment / lecture.
- The showing of the work is undertaken by a teaching staff or student in the course of activities of NUS for the purpose of instruction.
- The audience must be limited to the teaching staff and students of the institution and others who are directly connected to the activities of the institution.
- Note: The above applies to offline screening of videos. For uploading of videos to be streamed from IVLE, please refer to NUS Libraries' video-on-demand service.
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