Re: Ratio of missing/broken/outdated videos to collection?

Alyson Williams (alyson.williams@twcc.state.tx.us)
Wed, 11 Apr 2001 07:06:24 -0700 (PDT)

We are a library of safety videos available for checkout for Texas employers. When safety standards are updated or created, our collection must be re-evaluated by our consultants.

This may not be much of a problem for public or academic (where one presumes that students learn to evaluate their sources) media libraries. Outdated probably only refers to specialty media libraries like TWCC.

Alyson Williams
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Texas Workers' Compensation Commission
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>>> LLKRAUSE@gwm.sc.edu 04/11/01 08:24AM >>>
No, we don't have any ratios about outdated videos, largely because it would be difficult, I think, to define "outdated". Do you mean programs that contain inaccurate information, or do you include things that just LOOK old?