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Music and e-learning 
Music is protected by copyright law. You need permission before using music for e-learning purposes except in situations where you quote a very small part of a piece of music. You obtain permission from Koda and Gramex.
The user must indicate names of composers and authors and state the following at the website: ”Music on this website has been made available by permission from Ko-da and Gramex”. At the same time there has to be links to the homepages of Koda and Gramex.
Music at parties 
Danish Rectors’ Conference of University Colleges has made an agreement with Ko-da and Gramex on the use of music at parties, concerts and viewing of films as well as background music. No later than 15 days before any arrangement with live mu-sic, the educational institutions have to inform Koda.
You can read more about the framework agreement with Koda and Gramex here:
http://www.viauc.dk/bibliotekerne/ophavsret/Documents/Rammeaftale_mellem_KODA_og_Gramex_Professionsh%C3%B8jskolernes_Rektorkollegium.pdf (Only in Danish)
Sound recordings of teaching 
Educators must consent to recoding of their teaching. According to copyright rules  educators have the right to decide about their own teaching. It is important that agreements are clear about the use of recordings.
Students should be informed that the teaching is recorded and what the recordings will be used for. If students wish to record the teaching, the educator has to consent to this.