There's another option. Tell teachers that all videorecordings are not
purchased with public performance rights and that they should not be used
for "treats." As a parent, that's my preferred solution. You won't be
able to buy rights for feature films anyway, so why make all of the
teachers crazy? You can use _Fantasia_ as part of instruction, but not
for a treat.
On Mon, 8 May 2000, Rick Faaberg wrote:
> On 5/8/2000 9:25 AM, Gary Handman at email@example.com may have
> > Using videos as a "treat" falls
> > off of the fair use boat; using videos--ANY VIDEOS--as a part of a vali
> > teaching plan is an irrevocable fair use right.
> > gary
> I thank you all for your thoughts on this - remember me? I asked the
> original question re: PP rights.
> The issue (PP rights for regional K-12 libraries) appears to come down to
> whether the videos are always used in face-to-face instruction as part of a
> lesson plan or whether they are sometimes used as "treats."
> I know that teachers sometimes use videos as "treats" - and that means I
> need PP rights for my collection if I want the teachers to have the ability
> to utilize the videos as they desire.
> Thanks again,
> Northwest Regional ESD
> Oregon, USA
Kristine R. Brancolini, Media/Film Studies/Digital Library Program
Main Library E170, 1320 E. Tenth Street
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405
Phone: 812.855.3710 | Fax: 812.856.2062 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org