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Digitizing DVDs/Videos for Classroom Use

KU Libraries offer a service to digitize portions of library owned DVDs/videos for classroom use if other streaming options do not meet the needs of classroom objectives.  To comply with U.S. copyright law, faculty or instructors must complete a form and acknowledge that the service being requested is a fair use of materials.

The request form includes further information on process followed by questions to be completed.

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