Copyright and E text

If I am using an etext in a course and the text allows me to insert a comment (as Elsevier does)– and students print out the pages — will my comment show up and is that “altering” of the text that is allowed?

If I find a video on line from a peer reviewed site like NIH and I want to embed that video into a course on line, do I first have to get permission to use the video from the author(s) of the video? from the site that I find it posted it on? can I download and embed as needed or only provide a weblink?

I have found an online source of mini chapters and would like to use those as assigned student readings in an online course. Do I have to contact the authors for use when it is open for anyone to read on line?

Thanks,

Marjie

 

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