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Copyright Information: Classroom Presentations

Under Fair Dealing, students may use copyrighted materials for research, private study, criticism, review or news reporting. Students may not, however, adapt or modify materials, nor change the format of materials, without written permission from the copyright owner or unless authorized to do so under a license agreement or website terms of use.

See the "Using Copyrighted Materialssection of this guide to learn about how you can use different materials in your written assignments and in-class presentations.

Remember: Students are still expected to properly cite their work by acknowledging the author and source of the material. This is required for both copyright attribution and academic integrity purposes.

Student Guide to Multimedia Presentations

Attribution

Content on this page has been copied and adapted from the "Copyright at UBC" website, created by the University of British Columbia under a CC BY 4.0 International License.

Have a copyright question?

If, after browsing this guide, you still have questions or require additional information please contact MRUcopyright@mtroyal.ca, or 403.440.6618.

The Copyright Advisor is also available in EL1132 for drop-in office hours:

  • Tues: 9:00 - 10:30 am
  • Thurs: 2:30 - 4:00 pm