Under current Canadian copyright law, public performance rights licensing is not required for educational uses of audio and video materials at the University. Educational use includes any screening which happens on campus, where the purpose of the screening is for education or training, and when the audience consists mainly of students, faculty, or any person who is directly responsible for setting curriculum at the University of Guelph. For further information about public performance rights licensing for films, ask us.
In addition to those online videos available via Primo, we also subscribe to several large online video collections available through our online video vendors. These collections are searchable by subject, as well as title and director. Some of these collections have the capability to make video clips. These resources are accessible to all University of Guelph users once they have logged on with their campus credentials
The library catalogue contains many online videos and they are searchable by title. Learn how to find online videos via Primo. However, be sure to also check directly with the online video vendors as new videos are constantly added.
in addition to those online audio materials available via Primo, we also subscribe to several large online audio collections which are available through our online audio vendors. Our collection includes many music scores. Learn how to find music scores via Primo. These collections have the capability to make music clips and class playlists.
Audiovisual equipment for in-library viewing is located next to the AV collection on the second floor
Learn about our physical audio and video borrowing policies.
Most items can be booked for educational use on campus.