Re: [Videolib] media reserves

Stephen O'Riordan (soriordan@ucsd.edu)
Tue, 22 Apr 2003 09:01:39 -0700

Gerie,

This would be a policy issue rather then a copyright issue. How long do
you want an item to be out of circulation ? No duping, of course.

Stephen

At 03:11 PM 4/21/2003 -0700, you wrote:
>Would someone send me a link or two or three to remind me of what it is
>that governs the period of time that videos and other media items can stay
>on Media Reserve? I'm trying to explain to someone why they can't just
>park their media items on our Reserve shelf indefinitely and I can't
>remember where I put the information...is it a copyright link or is
>it...what? Is there a definite place that lists how reserves are typically
>handled in an educational institution?
>
>Thank you ahead of time,
>
>Gerie Ventura
>Highline Community College
>Des Moines, WA
>gventura@highline.edu
>
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