May I use CTL's projects in my non-Columbia course?

CTL has over 200 projects in its portfolio. About a third of those projects are open for public access (you can see which ones by opening the portfolio in exhibit view and clicking on “open to all” under the “access” section).

If you’re using a Columbia University network an additional third of our “Columbia Only” projects are available without authentication. This category includes many of our Multimedia Study Environments and media repositories (e.g. the Online Music Reserves and Film Language Glossary).

While we aim to release our projects as open projects, some cannot be made accessible to the public for a variety of reasons, including copyright issues.

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