Re: [Videolib] Reality check: U.S. libraries who collect

Stephen O'Riordan (soriordan@ucsd.edu)
Wed, 03 Mar 2004 08:43:35 -0800

Jeff,

At UC San Diego, we collect it all. We can support all regions w/in the
libraries & I believe, Media Services can support it in the classroom.

Stephen

At 02:45 PM 3/2/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>Colleagues,
>
>Currently my dept. has not committed to collecting DVDs that
>are non-US (Region 1) or not region coded (so-called "Region
>0"). But I'm considering the pros and cons of doing so.
>
>Who among you in the U.S. actively collects these DVDs as
>part of your collection? And have you made adjustments in
>your service policy and procedures for handling them?
>
>Any details would be welcome. And I'm sure many on the list
>would be interested, so I won't ask you to reply directly to
>me unless you'd prefer that.
>
>Jeff
>
>===========
>Jeff Clark
>Director
>Media Resources MSC 1701
>James Madison University
>Harrisonburg VA 22807
>clarkjc@jmu.edu (email)
>540-568-6770 (phone)
>540-568-7037 (fax)
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Stephen 0'Riordan
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