In some cases, we may suggest you consider other alternatives, given marketplace constraints.
In order to comply with the federal Higher Education Opportunity Act, all course materials must go through the UA BookStores’ textbook adoption process (even if the library already has the ebook or the streaming video, or if the text is an OER/open textbook).
Go to the textbook adoption page and select your campus. Under Submit Your Adoptions, select the Guided Adoption link. Complete the form and select Next Step. Then select Add Unlisted/Custom Book or Video Stream. Fill out the form (note required fields). You can request multiple videos using the +ADD BOOK OR VIDEO icon. When finished, select Next Step. On the following screen, you can add notes about the requested video. Please provide details that will help us find the video. If subtitles are needed, note that and include the language needed. If we're unable to provide free access to the video for students, but you don't want students to be required to buy access themselves (i.e., you plan to show a DVD in class instead), note that here too.
Changes in the commercial marketplace mean that further use of this streaming content violates U.S. Copyright Law. For Fall 2018 and later classes, we recommend you delete any videos you currently have saved in Panopto and request them through the UA BookStores’ textbook adoption process.
All computers in centrally scheduled classrooms have DVD readers. If you need either Blu-ray or VHS, request that through Classroom Technology Services (621-3852). If you're teaching in a department- or college-controlled room, please check with the supporting college IT department to understand what your options are for using a DVD or Blu-ray player.
Use the request a streaming video form on the library website. This is only for Summer 2018 classes.