Persons acting under the authority of an educational institution may play a live radio or television broadcast on the premises of an educational institution for an audience made up primarily of students and for the purposes of education or training. If you plan to play live radio or a television broadcast on MRU premises at an event open to the public, you will need to contact the MRU Copyright Advisor at MRUcopyright@mtroyal.ca, who will assist you in seeking permission or obtaining the appropriate license.
MRU Library can tape forthcoming television programs and procure the necessary permissions upon request, provided you are showing the material in class. Contact MRU Library's Media Services for details.
The Library is also happy to consider purchasing DVDs or streaming video products, with proper permissions for your use in the classroom, if it is available. As well, the Library can tape forthcoming television programs and procure the necessary permissions upon request; contact the MRU Library's Media Services for details.
If, after browsing this guide, you still have questions or require additional information please contact MRUcopyright@mtroyal.ca, or 403.440.6618.
Student drop-in office hours on the main floor of the RLLC will resume in September, 2019.