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Professionals have to be very careful with what they can use because fr the most part the outcome of them using the copyright work and remixing it would be for profits and if there’s complications with the copyright, the re mixer can get in some trouble. Sometimes even result in being sued due to in-proper documentation they failed to do right with. You can read more on copyright and copyright works here.
If the work is intended for work to turn in the student still has to comply to copyright usage technically, although if the student doesn’t use the work for profits and does not allow the work to get out in the internet then technically secretly the student can use works. Then again if your’e afraid of getting “caught” then don’t use it, anything under fair use can be used technically.