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Lorraine (llklok@hkucc.hku.hk)
Fri, 12 Oct 2001 01:04:47 -0700 (PDT)

Dear Teresa,

Thanks for sharing. It is kind of late to reply because my PC was broke
down a while ago and I have to catch up with all the outstanding
emails. By the way, may I know if you will turn on any of your TVs for
current affairs like news during office hours for students?

Look forward to hearing from you

Lorraine Lok
AV Librarian
University of Hong Kong Libraries
Pokfulam Road
Hong Kong

At 02:26 AM 9/26/01 -0700, you wrote:
>You can refer to the Hong Kong Government web page on copyright at:
>It's about copyright exemption for educational institutes.
>Teresa Kong
>Assistant Librarian
>Multimedia Learning Centre
>Hong Kong Baptist University
>34 Renfrew Road
>Kowloon Tong
>Hong Kong
>SAR China
>Tel: 852 2339-5397
>Fax: 852 2339-7372
>Email: teresak@hkbu.edu.hk
>寄件者: Lorraine [SMTP:llklok@hkucc.hku.hk]
>傳送時間: 2001年9月26日 PM 02:16
>收件者: Multiple recipients of list
>主旨: copyright issue on getting a video clip for students or
>forteaching purposes
>Dear ALL,
>I got another issue and would like to hear your opinion on. It is not the
>case to us as yet but I forsee this is coming soon. What is the copyright
>implication as to get a video clip for student, for presentation or for
>teaching purposes in Library as well as classroom settings? Is there a law
>indicating (fair use?) it is legal to obtain a video clip or just a clip
>for such purposes? How to measure the amount of video clip, a duration of
>5 minutes, 10 minutes or a certain percentage? If not, I guess I need to
>approach the producer for allowance but my question is how often such
>request is granted and for how long it will take? In what format will the
>video clip be recorded, VCD or VHS?
>Best wishes
>Lorraine Lok
>AV Librarian
>University of Hong Kong Libraries
>Pokfulam Road
>Hong Kong