- Faculty concerns about intellectual property rights, as well as general concerns about school policies can become larger issues as video-captured lecture become more widely used across multiple institutions.
- Athens State University uses Tegrity Campus, a cloud-based lecture capture system to control access to lectures.
- The Copyright Act of 1976's "fair use" provision allows certain parts of a work to be copied and reused by new parties, but legal permissions often need to be obtained.
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Universities can use most recorded lectures for free, but in some cases payment may be required, distribution restricted, or permissions required. Shutterstock.com Lecture capture technology has advanced to a point where implementing a solution can be disarmingly simple. But it's important for faculty and administrators not to be lulled into a false sense of security--recording faculty and guest lectures still comes with its share of legal issues covering copyright, intellectual property rights, distribution, and permissions. ...