For best fair use, consider doing the following:
Video clips can be embedded into the Moodle LMS or shared with students on when you are teaching in Zoom or Webex in live or asynchronous instruction.
Video clips can be created and shared in a number of ways:
The 2012 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) exemptions permit faculty and students to circumvent protection measures to make short portions available for viewing. The circumvention is allowed "only when necessary". If very high quality copy is not required, the law permits the use of screen capture software such as Camtasia, Jing, to copy portions of the video. Find more in The Copyright Implications of Teaching with Videos
Digital video are available from a variety of the library e-Resources, they can be added or linked to Moodle.
Start by searching SearchAll for your topic and limit your search results to online videos following below instructions:
In the search results page Refine Your Search to “Full-Text Online” and Content Type to "Streaming Video" to discover the streaming video available from the library collections. Copy the Permalink and share it with your students.
Using YouTube video in classes?
It is acceptable to link to YouTube videos in a learning management system. There are many YouTube videos (and other videos) available through CC licenses as well. The best way to use a YouTube video is to link to it. Using YouTube's embedded code for linking is fine also; When you click Share, YouTube makes the code available for users to embed.
Library staff can assist you locate streaming videos, including converting library-owned DVDs into a temporary digital version you can link to Moodle. Please fill out this form to begin the process. We may be able to purchase titles that we do not currently own, please fill the Suggest a New Title form.
If you only need short clips from a video you may be able to use screen capture software like Camtasia to do so.