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See About streaming video for answers to your questions.
Want to show short clips instead of entire films?
See our FAQ: How do I show video clips in my class?
The rights may be different for each film title.
The use of streaming content is governed by the rights negotiated for each title rather than by copyright.
All streaming content available from the UA Libraries’ collections has been licensed to allow for:
These licenses may or may not allow for broader uses (such as educational viewings that include the public), depending on the film.
Plan ahead: It can take about 2 weeks to find out if rights will be available.
All streaming film and video collections from UA Libraries.
More about searching our collections for film and video.
Those licenses usually don't allow for performances of any kind (which includes use in the classroom). However....
One-time educational uses of some Netflix documentaries are covered by the service's educational viewing license.
To find out which titles are available:
This educational viewing license doesn't apply to viewing outside the classroom.
Learn more on Netflix's Educational Screenings of Documentaries.
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