Re: [Videolib] Inkwell Images

Jerry Notaro (notaro@stpt.usf.edu)
Mon, 16 May 2005 14:20:32 -0500

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> Dennis,
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> Jerry
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> Anyone familiar with this company?
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> We're looking to purchase a title from them but they are asking for PPR r=
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> instructor that initiated the request really has to have the title. What
> worries me about the company is that they've contacted us with three diff=
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I'm interested in hearing others' experiences with this company.

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Re: [Videolib] Inkwell Images

Dennis,

Why do you need PPR? If a faculty member requested it, I’m assuming i= t is for classroom use.

Jerry

Anyone familiar with this company?

We're looking to purchase a title from them but t= hey are asking for PPR rights costs in contract form.  I know I don't n= eed them but am willing to pay if the instructor that initiated the request = really has to have the title.  What worries me about the company is tha= t they've contacted us with three different costs for the very same PPR cont= ract.

I'm interested in hearing others' experiences with this company.

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