Bill Goodrich bgoodrich at dcsd.org
Thu Mar 21 11:14:01 MDT 2013

He may not have to post them.  "In Search of Shakespeare,"  is available on
YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqg0h56CwqM  posted along with fair
use info.

There is always the chance that it could be pulled, but for now it is there.


On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 9:28 AM, Jan Duane <
janduane at skaggscatholiccenter.org> wrote:

> **
> This is a question a high school teacher is asking and I want to give him
> the right answer. Thanks so much for your help. I'll post the answers.
> Jan Duane,
> Juan Diego Catholic High School,
> Draper, Ut
> destiny.skaggscatholiccenter.org
>   Jan
> Here's the background.  I want to teach blended classes in AP Lit and
> Shakespeare next year.  I'd like students to be able to view and listen to
> DVDs, videos, and audio files or books we have in our library catalog at
> home.  I plan to create a website for each class where we can post
> resources.
> Here's the question:  Can we upload the VHS and DVDs we have to a class
> website?  Here's a specific example--We have a PBS Home Video, "In Search
> of Shakespeare," which I'd like to show sections and have students watch at
> home.
> Thanks.
> Dr. Delmar Arnold
> English Department
> Juan Diego Catholic High School
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