What is the legal position concerning the embedding of YouTube videos in a password protected VLE? > JISC Legal > ManageContentThe answer is that it depends on what is permitted by the owner of the rights in the work being copied and made available to learners. The law of copyright applies to content that would be embedded in the VLE. Strictly making available to the public an infringing work (here to learners via the VLE - password protected or not) is further infringement. So if the content to be embedded in the VLE is an infringing copy, the institution is likely to be considered to be making an infringing copy available to the public.
GeoGebra is free educational mathematics software that links dynamic geometry, algebra and calculus. Users can produce various constructions including... * points; * vectors; * segments; * lines; and * conic sections... ...as well as functions, which can be altered dynamically by mouse afterwards. Direct input is also possible, and a range of commands, including differentiation and integration, are available for use.
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Travel back in time and around the world with The Travel Film Archive. The Travel Film Archive is a collection of travelogues and educational and industrial films -- many of them in color - that show the world the way it was between 1900 and 1970. Our holdings include archives of the renowned travel filmmakers Burton Holmes, Andre de la Varre, and James A. FitzPatrick, as well as footage shot by many other intinerant cameramen.
Pssst! We’ve got a surprise — we want to give you a sneak peek to videos on YouTube. Years ago we created a way to link to a certain moment on a video, which let you find, share and comment on just your favorite parts. Now we’re expanding that control even more. Over the coming weeks, you’ll be able to see an image preview or a series of thumbnails with three new features on our video player. So whether you’re sneaking a peek ahead, scanning backwards, or using a thumbnail to find where you stopped watching a video, you’ll soon have three options to instantly look through YouTube videos.
From your favorite sports highlights and dance competitions to make-up tutorials , science experiments and great movies , there’s a ton of great stuff on YouTube — over three billion views worth per day by last count. More and more, behind every great video is a great Channel, and with our announcement last month that more of them are coming to YouTube, we want to make it easier for you to find and keep tabs of what you want to watch. So, today we're introducing a new homepage, Channel design and a fresh coat of digital paint. Here are three ways these updates will improve your life on YouTube: 1. A new homepage The YouTube homepage is your gateway to a vast entertainment universe.
From Justin Bieber to The Gregory Brothers , YouTube is a platform for anyone with a passion for performing to showcase their musical talents and get noticed across the web. Smart copyright management is an important part of this online video service—it helps songwriters and performers to be appropriately compensated for their works, while also allowing for those works to be used in new ways. YouTube has had a longstanding commitment to solving the really tough challenges around online copyright—how to manage content rights in a quickly evolving technology world.
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There seem to be more rumors circulating lately about YouTube’s content policies than there are about Jennifer’s baby bump , so we’d like to clarify a few misconceptions. Myth #1: YouTube pre-screens the videos that you upload. Truth: 48 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. It’s not possible to proactively review this much content. Believe us.
Are FE and HE institutions required to purchase the MPLC Umbrella Licence to view pre-recorded films in public? > JISC Legal > ManageContentThe Motion Picture Licensing Company (MPLC) Umbrella licence (available at http://www.mplcuk.com/ is not required when showing DVDs or pre-recorded films for educational purposes, for the following reasons: S.34 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 deals with performing or showing copyright works before an educational audience. S.34(2) deals with the showing of a DVD, and states: “(2) The playing or showing of a sound recording, film or broadcast before [an audience consisting of teachers and pupils at an educational establishment and other persons directly connected with the activities of the establishment] at an educational establishment for the purposes of instruction is not a playing or showing of the work in public for the purposes of infringement of copyright.” (the section in square brackets is from s.34(1) ).
As Chris Anderson , founder of TED, said, “ Tomorrow's best teachers will be global stars reaching literally millions of kids”. We believe that the next generation of great teachers will come from all walks of life - they might be popular vloggers, lifelong educators, popular scientists, or journalists - and we’re working hard to get them sharing their knowledge on YouTube EDU . To highlight the breadth and depth of awesome educational content we have on the site today, we worked with some of our newest YouTube EDU partners to put together an interactive game testing your smarts. At the end of the video you’ll be asked a question which you should answer using the annotations embedded in the video. This will automatically take you on to the answer, and to the next question.
To stream a feature film there are two issues involved, and two possible sets of permission required: permission to convert the film to a format suitable for streaming, and permission to show a film to an audience. 1. Permission to convert the film to a format suitable for streaming To stream a film from a server would inevitably require changing the format from video or DVD to a format suitable for streaming.
I’ve written about Readability and Readability Redux . These are browser add-ons that remove distracting clutter from web pages and customize the reading experience in terms of style, font size and margin width. Today I’m writing about a browser extension that reduces clutter from Youtube and customizes the viewing experience.