The following links can be helpful in determining what is permissable and if your use of copyrighted work will fall under fair use.
This is an amendment to the Copyright Act of 1976 which provides clarification on how copyrighted materials can be used in an online educational format, including distance education, without permission from the owner. There are four principles that can be followed in order to meet all TEACH requirements (you can also use the TEACH Act checklist under Copyright Tools).
Note that if you meet the qualifications for exemption under the TEACH Act, you do not need to worry about fair use requirements. However, if you do not meet TEACH Act requirements, you still may be able to use the materials without permission if you meet all four fair use factors.
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