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Making the most of broadcast material

The ERA Licence provides licensees with more than just the ability to legally make recordings of broadcast material simply to playback to students as part of a lesson. Methods of accessing broadcast material are constantly evolving and ways of using it in the classroom are also changing.

 

We’d like to assist licensees in finding ways to make the most of their Licence, so we thought it would be useful to provide a forum for teachers and lecturers to share their experiences of how they successfully use broadcast material in their learning sessions. The Case Studies section provides a number of examples of how broadcast material can be used in inspiring ways. We are hoping that this section will grow through user contribution and become a valuable resource for educators. This will form a bank of information searchable by keyword.

Although ERA cannot provide copies of programmes directly, we can offer Signposts to other sources where copies might be found, from broadcasters’ on-demand services to subscription based backup services.

Case studies

Audio and video materials are inspiring and valuable resources for educators. We thought it would be useful to provide a forum for teachers and lecturers to share their experiences of how they successfully use broadcast material in their learning sessions or support materials.

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Missed a broadcast? Searching for audio or visual material to support a particular lesson? With an ERA Licence there are a number of different ways of accessing material including Broadcasters’ On Demand services and our Members’ own websites or projects. You may be searching for some broader advice about copyright in schools. This list, while not exhaustive, is under constant review and updated regularly.