Mash-ups

Section 29.21 of the Copyright Act allows faculty to use an existing work in the creation and dissemination of a new work.

This means that you can combine and modify short excerpts, Internet content and music or video clips as long as the original sources are from the copyright holder and the sources are cited.

Please note that you cannot break a digital lock to get the sources for the mash-up. A digital lock is any technology that controls copying or access to material.

Class Handout

This mash-up example includes short excerpts from print sources and graphs from Internet sites.

Click the image to see the entire handout
class handout example

PowerPoint Presentation

This mash-up example includes content from an online library encyclopedia and a video clip.

YouTube Video

This mash-up example includes images from a variety of sources and music from public domain sources and Amazon song previews.

Humber now has a platfrom for uplading your educational videos. Learn more about the Panopto video streaming platform.

Students can borrow the equipment listed below from the Library or Learning Commons. Bring your student card to the relevant desk to get the items.