[Videolib] Wording for notes needed!

Elaine Pallan (EPallan@worthington.k12.oh.us)
Wed, 22 Sep 2004 10:07:12 -0400

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I have been trying to withdraw a number of educational videos, only to fi=
nd them still being offered for sale on the company website. I do not wa=
nt to withdraw something that a teacher (K-12) is going to request for pu=
rchase next week. I have decided that I need wording for a note to add to=
my catalog records for public display for these titles. From the basic =
information, for example: Listed in 2004 ..... Company catalog to somethi=
ng more complementary and encouraging like: This classic film still.....=20
Any help would be appreciated. I could put this information in the summa=
ry or in a 590 note. A collection of notes would be nice for variety. T=
hanks! Kathleen
Kathleen Pallan
Educational Media Center
Worthington School District
"What a school thinks about its library is a measure of what it thinks ab=
education." Harold Howe.

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