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What rights and restrictions are there for using Films on Demand videos?

Last Updated: Aug 09, 2012  |  5 Views

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Videos in Films on Demand can be used for classroom instruction and for online instruction via Moodle or videoconferencing tools. Videos in FOD can be accessed from anywhere, whether on campus or off. There are no restrictions on the number of people who can watch a particular video at once. In other words, two people can watch the same video at the same time from different locations.

Students can incorporate FOD videos into class projects or presentations, or use them as sources in their research.

Films on Demand is licensed for use by CSE faculty, staff and students. Authorized users can share video playlists with other authorized users.

Films on Demand videos are licensed for public performance use, so long as attendees are not charged solely for viewing the video. Videos can be shown as part of a campus event or exhibit.

Answered by Amy Schleigh Hayes

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