Music & Audio
You can play music under the following conditions:
- The music is being used for educational purposes on in a Centennial classroom or eCentennial course website to an audience mainly comprised of students.
- The music is legally obtained (e.g. CDs, vinyl, legal downloads) and is not from infringing copies.
- You cite the source.
Music from Online Sources
Check to be sure that the rights holder, the artist or the artist’s label uploaded any music from YouTube. Much of the music on YouTube does not meet these requirements.
Music posted on Vevo is official.
Another source of legal music is Spotify. There is a free subscription level (and a $5 premium subscription available for students), and it is possible for faculty to create playlists and share them with students.