[Videolib] labeling of home use videos

Feinland, Robin (feinland@lesley.edu)
Wed, 30 Aug 2006 16:56:20 -0400

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Hi all,

We are just starting to add more "home use only videos" to our =
collection and wondered about language and labeling others might be =
using (if any) for these in academic libraries. Do you label the videos =
themselves with any special wording so that faculty and students know =
they are home use only videos (vs. PPR) and understand how they can be =
viewed/shown? Do you have wording in your online catalog? =20

Any examples would be appreciated.

Thank much,

Robin

Robin G. Feinland
Media Resources Specialist
Ludcke Library
Lesley University
30 Mellen Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
phone: 617-349-8863

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labeling of home use videos

Hi all,

We are just starting = to add more "home use only videos" to our collection and = wondered about language and labeling others might be using  (if = any) for these in academic libraries. Do you label the videos themselves = with any special wording so that faculty and students know they are home = use only videos (vs. PPR) and understand how they can be = viewed/shown?  Do you have wording in your online catalog?  =

Any examples would be = appreciated.

Thank much,


Robin





Robin G. Feinland
Media Resources Specialist
Ludcke Library
Lesley University
30 Mellen Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

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