Answered By: Curtin Library
Last Updated: Nov 09, 2018     Views: 255

Yes, you can screen a YouTube video in a live classroom situation. However, the YouTube Terms of Use don't permit you to download the videos so you cannot record the video in an iLecture. Instead, pause the iLecture recording while the video is played, or edit the video out of the iLecture recording afterwards. You can provide students with a link to the video, or embed the link into Blackboard, so that students can view the video themselves.

When linking to or embedding YouTube videos, make sure the video has been uploaded to YouTube by the copyright holder and does not contain copyright infringing material. Linking to infringing material is also a copyright infringement as you are authorising or facilitating an infringement.

Any material obtained from YouTube should also be properly acknowledged.

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