Q. Can the Library's audio-visual materials be used for screening by schools, student clubs and societies?

Answer

A few audio-visual titles in the Library carry public performance rights. The majority of the audio-visual materials, including all feature films, cannot be used for public performance.

A film can only be performed in the University's premises and in the course of instruction where the audience is limited to persons who are taking part in the instruction. It cannot be screened under any other circumstances except with expressed written permission from the copyright owner.

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  • Last Updated Mar 18, 2019
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