If the material you wish to use is under copyright protection and you feel your intended use of the material falls outside the scope of fair use, you will need to get permission to use it.
Educators should be aware that it may be possible to make use of copyrighted materials beyond what's provided under fair use, if permission is granted first. There may or may not be a charge, and permission may be refused, but it never hurts to ask.
For more information:
Faculty members or students presenting original work, or campus guests that are presenting lectures or performances, must sign an AV Individual Recording Release form before the event can be video or audio taped.
Audio Visual Services requires that the faculty member and every student complete an AV Class Recording Release form for all in-class recording requests.
The author of a project produced using Hamilton College resources must seek written permission to use the likeness of any recognizable individual shown in the work, using the AV Individual Recording Release form.
Getting Permission: How to License & Clear Copyrighted Materials Online & Off.
3rd ed. NOLO, 2007.
Location: Ref KF3002 .Z9 S75 2007
Clearance & Copyright: Everything the Independent Filmmaker Needs to Know.
Michael C. Donaldson.
2nd ed. Silman-James Press, 2003.
Location: Ref KF3070 .Z9 D66 2003