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joniengr

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Hi,
I am interested to create my online channel at Youtube for teaching Math. If I cover the topics from a particular book and explain in my own way or If I pick questions from a selected book and solve questions by explaining them, would it be any problem in terms of copyright of content in the video ? I was searching Youtube community where I should ask this question instead posing on EDAboard but I could not find anything. Can someone please share Youtube discussion forum to ask such questions ?
 

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I suggest you find a lawyer board. Engineers dont know this stuff!
 

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i agree with barry - talk to a copywrite lawyer

you might want to look at Khan Academy - see how he does it and see what the competition looks like
my guess is you can talk about math without any particular book
 

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I have searched forums on which I can post questions on Youtube education channel but I don't find. Can someone suggest any suitable discussion platform on which I can post questions regarding educational channel.
 

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See post #2 & #3, again. This is a legal question, not a YouTube question.

But since im not a lawyer, ill give you free advice. Covering the topics in a book doesnt violate any copyright. Just because an author covers eigenvalues that doesnt mean the have any ownership of that topic. Working a problem from a book also doesnt seem to me (not a lawyer) to be an issue; teachers do it all the time, dont they?
 

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