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The library purchases films in both physical and streaming digital formats. When library videos are used beyond the scope of Fair Use or the TEACH Act (which encompasses in-person, classroom use), special permissions may be required. Although our acquisitions team favors purchasing extended rights for videos, this is not always possible at the point of sale.
We recommend contacting the library to discuss any extended rights you may require. A librarian can help clarify the rights available to you for a specific title and investigate the possibility of purchasing additional rights as necessary.
Important: Personal videos do not include rights such as public showings (i.e., showing to a group, whether for free or not, and whether or not access is restricted). You must seek permission from the copyright holder or distributor in order to publicly display a film.