A professor at a large public state educational institution, want to use the entire Dutch television video, entitled Alle Kennis van de Wereld (Biography of Paul Otlet), to teach his students about science. The professor wants to use the entire video for both face to face and distance education class. Is it fair use?
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The use of Alle Kennis Van de Wereld video belongs to the derivative category of patented materials. The proposed video is a derivative work. According to Stoltz (2005) derivative work is a secondary work developed by independent entities but has the major elements of original work. Although the derivatives become partial works of the secondary developer, they remain under copyright regulations of the original copyright owner. The core purpose of derivative work is to enable the instructor to incorporate the subjective aspects of the targeted group of learners. Hence, it is fair to use the video for both long and distance training....
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