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we do not make any distinctions between the content of the items:
educational vs entertainment. Same check out period regardless: 2 days
for students and 1 week for faculty and staff.
John H. Streepy
Media Assistant III
James E. Brooks Library
Central Washington University
400 East University Way
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7548
"Hand to hand combat just goes with the territory.
All part of being a librarian" -- James Turner "Rex Libris"
>>>JHoward@augie.edu 01/19/06 10:19 am >>>
I have been reading the public library discussion about collection
policies for DVDs, and would be very interested in how academic
libraries handle their entertainment DVDs as well. We have quite a few
DVDs that were purchased for use in class that have great entertainment
value, and I purchase a few every year that are purely for fun. My
question is, do you allow your DVDs to go out for non-classroom use, and
Media/Distance Educ. Librarian
2001 S. Summit Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57197
Phone: (605) 274-4382
Fax: (605) 274-5447
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