SIT has a License Agreement with the Copyright Licensing & Administration Society of Singapore (CLASS), which allows copying of works owned by CLASS members. The limits of copying are as follows:
This limited copying is allowed as long as the making or communication of such copies...
The limits of copying apply not just to physical photocopying but also to uploading of scanned/digital copies of chapters, articles, reports, etc. to the SIT Learning Management System (LMS). The list of publishers and authors covered under CLASS can be found at http://class-singapore.com/entitlement.html
As part of the requirements by CLASS, SIT is to keep records of copies made (including those uploaded to LMS) and to provide these records to CLASS. Click here to download the forms and the record submission process at SIT.
The use of subscribed eResources are subject to the terms and conditions laid down in the license agreements between SIT and the respective publishers. These terms and conditions, as listed in OneSearch, can be found by searching the resource name, then clicking on "Show License" under the resource record. Service providers may have posted on their websites other terms and conditions that you would also need to consider.
Emailing articles to students and uploading a copy of the material to Learning Management System (LMS) may be considered as distribution, which is a right reserved by the copyright owner. It would be a better choice to provide links to the materials instead, including both subscribed resources by the Library and free internet resources, where possible.
Instructors can screen films to classes, but should take note of any age restrictions.
The film titles rated R21 or relevant unclassified films are allowed for viewing only during lectures or tutorials in the presence of an SIT employed instructor within premises managed by SIT. The location of viewing must be an area that is enclosed (like a room), so no part of the film is visible to any person outside the area.
Public Performance Rights are required for the following scenarios:
To obtain the Public Performance Rights, you can contact the copyright holder or the distributor.
Some Netflix Original educational documentaries are available for one-time educational screenings, e.g. in the classroom, at a meeting of a community group, for a book club, etc. Visit here to find out which titles are available for educational screenings, and click here for terms and conditions.
SIT students and staff can use the subscribed eResources for educational purposes, including but not limited to the following:
In general, the Library's subscribed eResources allow embedding of video clips in teaching materials for educational purposes.
Instructors can also embed a short clip from a CD or DVD into their presentations for the purpose of criticism or review, as long as the source is properly acknowledged. Under Singapore copyright law, If the educational institution conducts film-making courses, and the video is made in the course of instruction or preparation for instruction, there is no copyright infringement.