Answered By: Curtin Library Last Updated: Jan 30, 2019 Views: 2
Informit provides content under the Screenrights Statutory Licence agreement.
If the required program is to be broadcast on television in the next few weeks, you can submit a program request through the Informit contact form with the following information:
- Enquiry type – EduTV program request
- Organisation name – Curtin University Library
- Organization type – University
- Existing Customer – Yes
- When making a program request, please include the educational value the program will offer – i.e. course name, project description, etc.
Informit will send you an email advising if your request has been successful and provide an access URL when the recording becomes available. The film will be added to EduTV, and the film will appear in the Curtin Library catalogue a few days later.
All programs on History Channel and National Geographic are recorded 24/7 and may be requested up to 14 days after airing. Programs on other Foxtel channels must be requested with at least a weeks’ notice before the program is aired.
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Please note the Screenrights agreement only includes free-to-air and Foxtel broadcasts. It does not include on demand video services such as Netflix and Stan (these services do not offer institutional licensing options).
The Library recommends using Reading Lists to direct students to the URL link for these services.