While we try our best to meet the needs of our faculty and students, acquiring film licenses is a complex process. Copyright restrictions prevent us from digitizing DVDs or other physical materials without permission from the rights holders. Licensing rights for streaming videos are often for limited terms (30 days, 1 year, 3 years, etc.) and expensive (typically $150/year or more). Investigating the availability and licensing of films is also complex. The more information you can give us about the film you are requesting, the easier it will be to determine whether the film is available for educational use. Given the limitations of availability and budget, we cannot guarantee that all requests can be fulfilled. What is your name? Phone Number What is your email address? What is the title of the film? Director of Film Year of Production Link to Film Website or IMDB.com page Please provide a brief (one or two sentence) explanation of how this film will be used for educational purchases. This statement is required by some streaming film providers. Are you requesting this film to use in a course? Yes No Course Name For example: Calculus 1 or General Chemistry II. Course Abbreviation For example: MATH 1350 or CHEM 1060. Course Section Number For example: 001 or OL1. What semester do you need these items for? What semester do you need these items for? - Select -Spring 2024Fall 2023Summer 2024Other… Enter other… Will viewing the film be a course requirement? Yes No How would you like to receive your Canvas Course Reserves links? Email me the links to my requested materials so I can add them to my Canvas course. Have a library employee add the links of my requested materials to my Canvas course. Do you plan to use this film again in future courses? Yes No Approximately how many students would be watching the film? Is there any other information you would like to add? Looking to Place an Item on Course Reserve? Use our Course Reserve Request Form for Faculty.