Exceptions for Instructors [note] in U.S. Copyright Law [note]

Under certain conditions,U.S. Copyright Law provides for the educational use of copyrighted material  without the permission of the copyright holder. To find out if your intended use meets the requirements set out in the law, use this free, online tool. [disclaimer]

This tool can also help you collect information detailing your educational use [statement of privacy] and provide you with a summary in PDF format. [example]

Clarification: If the performance or display will happen in the classroom and as part of the course, it would meet the "face to face" requirement.
Clarification: Access to the online display or performance of any materials under this section must end when the course ends.
Example: Instructional materials or content (podcasts, assignments, video tutorials or clips, etc.) created specifically for online courses designed for professionals who have ongoing learning or professional development requirements as part of their continuing certification (e.g. medical professionals, lawyers, IT technicians, etc.)
Clarification: Does the use of the material 1) directly support an identified learning outcome, or is it 2) required for the completion of an assignment or other activity in the course syllabus?
Example: Displaying copyrighted photographs, images or text (but in amounts that would normally be shown in class) on a secure course webpage or course management system
Examples: 1) the name and number of course, 2) the amount to be used (20 second clip, 2 8 minute clips, entire work, etc.), 3) the expected learning outcomes or assignment[s] associated with the display or performance of the copyrighted material, etc.
Checking "Yes" will include on the PDF all of the explanatory notes and descriptions provided by this tool for the sections you've completed.