Use UP Library Search to find books, streaming videos, online resources, journal articles, and much more (Search Tips). See the Finding Books on the Shelf handout to locate books in the building. See the Requesting Clark Library / Summit Items handout to request books for delivery to the Service Desk for you to pick up.
When showing a DVD, Video, or TV program to a class, the rights of the copyright holder must be considered. This consideration must be made regardless of who owns the DVD, Video, or TV program, or where it was obtained. Copyright holders have exclusive rights to display, reproduce, create derivative works, and distribute their content.
You might need to obtain a public performance rights (PPR) license. Public performance rights give the holder the legal right to show a copyright-protected DVD, Video, or TV program to the public. Usually one of these services manages these rights:
Do the films in the Clark Library include Public Performance Rights (PPR)?
Yes, some of the DVDs and Videos owned by the Clark Library include Public Performance Rights. Please contact the Library to confirm that the movie or DVD you would like to use has public performance rights.
Public Performance Rights Are Required When:
Public Performance Rights Are Not Required When:
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