Q. Can I display someone else’s work in my classroom during one of my lectures?

Answer

There are some exceptions in the Copyright Act for educational institutions which allow copying and display of materials for educational purposes. They cover displaying material in class on campus, reproducing material for exams, playing music and news or current events programs, and doing live performances of works. The fair dealing exemption will also cover some such uses.

  • Last Updated Jan 08, 2019
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  • Answered By Heather Buffett

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