The Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act, at section 110(2) of the Copyright Act, https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#110, provides exceptions to copyright protection for accredited, non-profit institutions using copyrighted material in distance education activities. For example, the Act allows for freer use of materials in conjunction with learning management systems. However, the Act also requires strict compliance by the institution, instructors, and institution's IT units before more expansive use of copyrighted materials is permitted. Thus, the fair use guidelines often are relied upon instead, to support various uses of copyrighted work.
The TEACH Act (Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization) specifically applies to distance education or online teaching. It provides an exception to the rights of the creator of a work if certain requirements are met. It is more restrictive than the face-to-face teaching exemption. If you or the works you want to use do not meet the criteria listed below, you may still be able to use them if you can make a Fair Use argument.
And for each work you want to use you must comply with the following: