These criteria must be met:
1. Must take place in a classroom or place of instruction in a nonprofit educational institution.
2. Only teacher and students can be in attendance.
3. Must be a face-to-face teaching activity.
4. Copy of the video must be legally made or aquired.
If all these criteria are met, a film can be shown even if labels like "For Home Use Only" appear on the package.
The Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act of 2002 extends many privileges to faculty teaching in an online context, for example, when using a learning management system such as Canvas or in a distance-education context.
The TEACH Act defines both the array of resources and the amount of those resources that can be transmitted from one location to another in the context of an online course. The following describes the conditions under which copyrighted works can be used under the TEACH Act.