This page can help you understand how you can use copyright content in your teaching material.
Copying an insubstantial portion
You may use an insubstantial portion of a copyright work without the copyright owner's permission.
An insubstantial portion is generally considered to be:
- 2 pages of a hardcopy work of less than 200 pages
- up to 1% of a hardcopy work of more than 200 pages
- up to 1% of the words from an electronic work.
However, you must not copy any more of the work within 14 days of the first copying. And if you displayed the copied portion online, no more of the work can be shown until the first displayed portion is removed.
You must still attribute the work.