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When a DVD is bought it will normally come with a set of terms and conditions setting out what can and cannot be done. The Copyright Designs and Patents Act s34(2) allows the playing or showing of a film to an audience of teachers and pupils at an educational establishment so long as this is for the purposes of instruction.
Further copyright information can be found on the University's Copyright page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional guidance. Detailed information on copyright and how this impacts on teaching staff is available from the copyright pages accessible from the Portal (Workplace tab).