which clearly states.
"non-exclusive licence within the United Kingdom for the duration of copyright in the Work to copy and/or Share the Work and/or create, copy and/or Share Derivative Works on any platform in any media."
p.s. this is direcly above when you click to download a video therefore i have always been alowed to do this. not directly to me
Last edited by AIT; 4th February 2010 at 09:43 AM.
(I also realise now where that very detailed statement comes from; it's lifted directly from YouTube's. I knew it was familiar.)
You are now, having asked them, or you were when I raised my objections?and i am fully allowed to publish the material on Education Tube.
Edit: no, you have just answered that.
I don’t mean to be rude. But is anyone for this idea. As i have put rather a lot of effort into trying to set up an idea... (Not an expert by any means on copyright or even web design). -- i am not trying to do anything illegal or otherwise.
Last edited by AIT; 4th February 2010 at 09:48 AM.
If those things are Creative Commons, it sounds like you're okay. You do need to check everything which goes up, though - including, of course, things which your subscribers start posting.
As for whether I'm for the idea, I'm struggling for what you're doing which TeacherTube isn't doing better...
Yes but the amount of ads and frankly inappropriate ads on teacher tube... also i really donít get on with the layout of teacher tube.
Again thank you everyone. I may moan but I do appreciate all the feedback..
I'm a little lost here - perhaps it's just me not understanding the concept. Why would a school subscribe and pay money to a site that hosts TeacherTube content, when they can get it from TeacherTube for free ? I appreciate that you will have filters in place to block objectionable content, but my understanding is that it's our teachers who have to rate this content and deem it appropriate for use at our school ?
Currently we allow access to youTube for our staff and year 11 pupils only. Blocking access to you tube from within the school does not stop pupils bringing content in on pen drives, phones, email etc. We have considered some fairly low tech solutions (as well as the high tech ones) such as a row of big mirrors across the back of the IT suite, or a large TV at the front of the room with screen caps of all screens in the room. So if we're spending a lot of money on a solution I'd want to block / monitor more than just the one channel / medium.
We currently use Smoothwall for our content filtering and I'd be very interested to hear someone expand on the post above about using it to filter you tube content - can this be achieved in some way with the current version of smoothGuardian ?
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