Re: [Videolib] Distributors who offer iPod downloads?

Brigid Duffy (bduffy@sfsu.edu)
Fri, 24 Mar 2006 12:57:02 -0800

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Check the Apple website link,=20
http://www.apple.com/education/solutions/podcasting/ - all about=20
podcasts in education.

Brigid Duffy
Media Acquisitions
Academic Technology
San Francisco State University
San Francisco, CA 94132-4200
E-mail: bduffy@sfsu.edu

On Friday, March 24, 2006, at 09:26 AM, Threatt, Monique L wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Media has been tasked to teach a workshop on podcasting to interested=20=

> faculty and professional staff -- from a library point-of-view.=A0
>
> I want to be able to list media distributors who currently offer iPod=20=

> downloads.=A0 To my knowledge, and I've not completed a detailed =
search,=20
> Film Ideas is the only company to offer iPod downloads at this time.=A0=20=

> Although, I understand there are select television shows and feature=20=

> films available through the iPod software, etc.=A0 I'm not an iPod =
user=20
> yet, but nearly every student that comes to the Information Commons=20
> has a iPod headset stuck in his/her ears.=A0=A0 The newer iPods have =
some=20
> pretty amazing features, such as you can copy your PowerPoint=20
> presentation to the iPod and play it back on a TV as long as you have=20=

> a 3-plug av cable.=A0 You can't change the presentation once it's =
placed=20
> on the iPod, but if you loose your disk, or you can't get an internet=20=

> connection at some conference, then the iPod is a good backup.=A0 My=20=

> point is, you can do a lot with iPods.
>
> Getting back to the real issue:
>
> Distributors -- would you mind letting the list know if you provide=20
> iPod downloads, and the cost.
>
> Librarians, etc. --=A0 would you mind sharing your list if you have=20
> compiled this information already.
>
> I hope this e-mail makes sense.
>
> Thanks,
> Monique
>
> *************************
> Monique Threatt
> Librarian for Media, and Communication & Culture
> Herman B Wells Library, W121
> Indiana University
> Bloomington, IN=A0 47405
> T:=A0=A0 (812) 855-9857
> F:=A0 (812) 855-1649
> E:=A0 mthreatt@indiana.edu
>

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Check the Apple website link,
http://www.apple.com/education/solutions/podcasting/ - all about
podcasts in education.

Brigid Duffy

Media Acquisitions

Academic Technology

San Francisco State University

San Francisco, CA 94132-4200

E-mail: bduffy@sfsu.edu

On Friday, March 24, 2006, at 09:26 AM, Threatt, Monique L wrote:

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am><smaller>Hello,</smaller></color></fontfamily>

=
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er>Media
has been tasked to teach a workshop on podcasting to interested
faculty and professional staff -- from a library =
point-of-view.=A0</smaller></color></fontfamily>

=
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er>I
want to be able to list media distributors who currently offer iPod
downloads.=A0 To my knowledge, and I've not completed a detailed search,
Film Ideas is the only company to offer iPod downloads at this time.=A0
Although, I understand there are select television shows and feature
films available through the iPod software, etc.=A0 I'm not an iPod user
yet, but nearly every student that comes to the Information Commons
has a iPod headset stuck in his/her ears.=A0=A0 The newer iPods have =
some
pretty amazing features, such as you can copy your PowerPoint
presentation to the iPod and play it back on a TV as long as you have
a 3-plug av cable.=A0 You can't change the presentation once it's placed
on the iPod, but if you loose your disk, or you can't get an internet
connection at some conference, then the iPod is a good backup.=A0 My
point is, you can do a lot with iPods.</smaller></color></fontfamily>

=
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er>Getting
back to the real issue:</smaller></color></fontfamily>

=
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er>Distributors
-- would you mind letting the list know if you provide iPod downloads,
and the cost.</smaller></color></fontfamily>

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er>Librarians,
etc. --=A0 would you mind sharing your list if you have compiled this
information already.</smaller></color></fontfamily>

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er>I
hope this e-mail makes sense.</smaller></color></fontfamily>

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er>Thanks,

Monique</smaller></color></fontfamily>

<italic><fontfamily><param>Arial</param>*************************

</fontfamily></italic><fontfamily><param>Arial</param><smaller>Monique
Threatt

Librarian for Media, and Communication & Culture

Herman B Wells Library, W121

Indiana University

Bloomington, IN=A0 47405

T:=A0=A0 (812) 855-9857

F:=A0 (812) 855-1649

E:=A0 mthreatt@indiana.edu</smaller></fontfamily>

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