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SEMINAR: Copyright and the TEACH Act

Did you know that ASU Online ascribes to the specifications of the TEACH Act in its use of audio, video, and images in course content delivery. The Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act is a provision of US Copyright law that regulates the use of copyrighted materials in distance education courses. It should not be confused with Fair Use which is another and separate provision of US Copyright law. Although the TEACH Act provides greater latitude regarding usage of media materials in distance education courses, it also is accompanied by enhanced stipulations in its implementation. We also have a 1 hour seminar coming up (June 7th) about using copyrighted media in your courses. Eventbrite - Copyright & the TEACH Act: Using Audio, Video and Images in Online Courses

WeVideo – Web Based Video Editing

Do you need a video editing application? WeVideo is a great tool for video editing and publishing web video. Using video, images, audio beds and sounds effects you can create video projects using the web based application. WeVideo offers a "free" account that gives you 1GB of storage space for your media and then allows for 15 minutes of published video per month. They do offer reasonable pay plans as well. If you need an intuitive video editor to create small video pieces. Positive: - Android Video Recording App - export directly to video server (e.g., Vimeo, YouTube) - free video editor/account - real time video previews Room for improvement: - need an iPhone application


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