TEACH Act Checklist (from NCSU)
The TEACH Act does not contain specific language for the required copyright notice. However, the following should suffice:
The materials on this course Web site are only for the use of students enrolled in this course for purposes associated with this course and may not be retained or further disseminated.
TEACH Act Flow Chart by Scholarly Communications @ Duke, Duke University Libraries
The TEACH Act, Section 110(2) of the U.S. Copyright Law, expands the scope of educators' rights to perform, display, and to make the copies of works for digital distance education to some extent, making the rights closer to those we have in face-to-face teaching, but it is still quite limited compared to what the statute authorizes for face-to-face teaching and for distance education.
When the TEACH Act applies, it allows the instructor to transmit performances of entire non-dramatic works and reasonable and limited portions of any other audiovisual work without obtaining permission. For the Act to apply, however, the performance or display must be:
Further, the following technological restraints must be in effect:
The materials on this course website are only for the use of students enrolled in this course for purposes associated with this course and may not be retained or further disseminated. The materials on this course website may be protected by copyright; any further use of this material may be in violation of federal copyright law.
Georgia Harper at the University of Texas has produced an excellent checklist to help you determine if your use qualifies under the TEACH Act.