Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-219) and indexes.
pt. I: Understanding the limitations on exclusive rights for educators. Performance and display rights in the live classroom and the remote classroom : the need for reform -- pt. II: Understanding the new TEACH distance education law. The scope of the privilege for educators : excluded materials -- New rights and limitations regarding use of copyrighted material : Section 110(2) and Subsections (A), (B), and (C) -- New responsibilities for the institution : Section 110(2)(D) -- Summary of part II : the Section 110(2) requirements in a nutshell -- pt. III: Completing the TEACH puzzle. The ephemeral recording privilege in distance education : the old and the new -- Fair use of copyrighted material in the distance education classroom -- Appendix A. A TEACH Q & A compliance audit -- Appendix B. Model distance education copyright policy -- Appendix C. Copyright statute sections (selected).