It is generally safer to link out to online content, rather than embed the content into your own work, so as
bottom of a website homepage.
Please note that you are not allowed to share links to any materials (e-journals, e-books, databases etc.)
that the University subscribes to with anyone external. The licence agreements that we sign up to with
suppliers often state that content can only be made available to or shared with our own authorised users, who are usually registered students and staff members.
YouTube is home to a mix of legally and illegally uploaded content, so you should make some checks before linking to YouTube videos. You should identify how much of your course is based on third party owned YouTube material and keep it to a minimum, as well as making sure you have the right to commercially use the particular videos you really need. You should also ensure that you are not monetizing the content, for example by creating a fee-paying course where much of the content is third party YouTube videos.