Gary Handman wrote:
> You're correct....
> At 02:48 PM 06/06/2001 -0700, you wrote:
> >Any guidance or advice would be greatly appreciated . . .
> >A faculty member from Education is interested in using media in his
> >video conference course offered in the fall. He will be showing a number
> >a videos that are currently in the Media Library's collection. He wants
> >to know if he can broadcast the videos as part of his class.
> >It is my understanding that Section 110(2) does not permit performance
> >of dramatic or audiovisual works as a part of a transmission. Do others
> >have a different interpretation?
> >One alternative is to have additional video copies placed at each site
> >for the students to see.
> >How are others handling use of media in videoconference or web-based
> >Thank you!
> >Sue Parks
> >Media Librarian
> >University of North Texas
> >Denton, TX
> Gary Handman
> Media Resources Center
> Moffitt Library
> UC Berkeley, CA 94720-6000