Re: [Videolib] Media guidelines for online course developers

Daniel Bickley (
Thu, 5 Feb 2004 15:03:31 -0800

Thanks, Gary.

However, I didn't really mean fair use or intellectual property
guidelines, but rather curriculum development strategies and
guidelines. That is, what are the best ways to incorporate media
materials into online courses, and what sort of instructional or
curricular issues should online course developers consider regarding
media when they are authoring courses?

Sorry if my original post was ambiguous.

Dan Bickley

At 12:02 PM -0800 2/5/04, Gary Handman wrote:
>What kind of guidelines? If it's the intellectual property angle,
>you're probably in TEACH Act territory: see
>and/or possibly the Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia:
>At 09:53 AM 2/5/2004, you wrote:
>>I've been asked to find out if anyone is aware of any guidelines
>>for online course developers to use for planning and incorporating
>>media materials (interactive or not) into online and extended
>>education courses. Can anyone in this vast matrix of media
>>knowledge point me to or share with me anything relevant?
>>Thanks to everyone in advance.
>>Daniel Bickley
>>Director of Media Distribution
>>University of California Extension
>>Center for Media and Independent Learning
>>2000 Center Street, Fourth Floor
>>Berkeley, CA 94704-1223
>>Phone: 510-642-1340
>>Fax: 510-643-9271
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>Gary Handman
>Media Resources Center
>Moffitt Library
>UC Berkeley
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