The TEACH Act (Section 110(2)), passed in 2002, allows educators to perform or display copyrighted works in distance education environments. If you would like to show a video or display an image during a class, you may want to consider whether that use is allowable under the TEACH Act.
Implementing TEACH can be difficult because of its complexity and the many detailed requirements for instructors, technologists, and institutions. Liberty University is in the process of satisfying TEACH Act requirements so that its provisions may be available to the university community.
To take advantage of these benefits, instructors and institutions must meet certain policy requirements specified by the TEACH Act. Reasonable measures to ensure that only enrolled students will have access to materials during the course of instruction must be in place before TEACH exemptions can be made. Below is a list of requirements: