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My education institution wants to record videos created by students in a database, which as a lecturer, I can use as examples. Is that allowed?

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The course's organisers can include videos of students in a database provided that it has made the necessary arrangements with them regarding this.

These arrangements may form part of the general terms and conditions associated with enrolment. Students may be given assignments to make recordings as part of their studies. These are then viewed and commented on by lecturers and fellow students. This can happen for a course in a digital learning environment, for example. This type of use is inherent to education and students can therefore be considered to permit it. However, if a lecturer wants to use recordings of a student in an educational setting, they generally need their permission.