The Richard E. Bjork Library provides an array of films in a variety of formats, including DVD, VHS tape and streaming video. These may be found in the Library's Catalog and databases.
Streaming video is a means of delivering video content over the Internet that typically requires a high-speed internet connection for effective viewing.
The Library uses NJVid as its primary provider of streamed video content. All streaming videos in the Library's collection are purchased or licensed, and access is limited to Stockton's authorized students, faculty and staff.
Faculty, who would like to incorporate streaming video into their courses, must first submit a Streaming Video Request Form for each film every term that the film is used.
All titles in the film and streaming video collection are copyrighted, and unauthorized use or duplication is strictly prohibited. The Library does not own Public Performance Rights for the majority of resources in the collection, which means that there may be no screenings outside the classroom. Performance rights must be obtained for public screenings, regardless of whether or not admission is free and whether they are on or off campus.
Films may be shown in their entirety -- or as clips -- in the classroom as part of an assigned project. It is assumed that all checked-out materials will be used in accordance with current, standard copyright law.