RE: [Videolib] labeling of home use videos

Roe,Kevin (Kevin.Roe@fwcs.k12.in.us)
Thu, 31 Aug 2006 13:01:09 -0400

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No one has yet mentioned (to my knowledge) fair use of these videos
under copyright. As long as the videos are being used in a classroom as
part of the curriculum in face-to-face teaching, even "private home use
only" videos may be shown in educational institutions. For that reason,
we don't put any labels at all on our videos. We continually reiterate
to our librarians and teachers/principals the importance of using videos
only for instruction. For the most part, they seem to follow the rules.
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Kevin S. Roe
Supervisor, Media Processing
Fort Wayne Community Schools
1511 Catalpa St.
Fort Wayne IN 46802
260-467-2510 (voice)
260-467-2538 (fax)
Kevin.Roe@fwcs.k12.in.us <mailto:Kevin.Roe@fwcs.k12.in.us>=20

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From: owner-videolib@lists.berkeley.edu
[mailto:owner-videolib@lists.berkeley.edu] On Behalf Of Feinland, Robin
Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 4:56 PM
To: videolib@lists.berkeley.edu
Subject: [Videolib] labeling of home use videos

Hi all,=20

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.=20

Thank much,=20

Robin=20

Robin G. Feinland=20
Media Resources Specialist=20
Ludcke Library=20
Lesley University=20
30 Mellen Street=20
Cambridge, MA 02138=20

phone: 617-349-8863=20

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labeling of home use videos

No one has yet mentioned (to my knowledge) fair = use of=20 these videos under copyright.  As long as the videos are being used = in a=20 classroom as part of the curriculum in face-to-face teaching, even = "private home=20 use only" videos may be shown in educational institutions.  For = that=20 reason, we don't put any labels at all on our videos.  We = continually=20 reiterate to our librarians and teachers/principals the importance of = using=20 videos only for instruction.  For the most part, they seem to = follow the=20 rules.
 
Kevin S. = Roe
Supervisor, Media=20 Processing
Fort Wayne Community=20 Schools
1511 Catalpa = St.
Fort Wayne IN = 46802
260-467-2510 = (voice)
260-467-2538 = (fax)
Kevin.Roe@fwcs.k12.in.us


From: = owner-videolib@lists.berkeley.edu=20 [mailto:owner-videolib@lists.berkeley.edu] On Behalf Of Feinland, = Robin
Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 4:56 PM
To:=20 videolib@lists.berkeley.edu
Subject: [Videolib] labeling of = home use=20 videos

Hi all,

We are just starting to = add more "home=20 use only videos" to our collection and wondered about language and = labeling=20 others might be using  (if any) for these in academic libraries. Do = you=20 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=20 can be viewed/shown?  Do you have wording in your online = catalog? =20

Any examples would be=20 appreciated.

Thank much, =


Robin =





Robin G. Feinland
Media Resources Specialist
Ludcke=20 Library
Lesley University =
30 Mellen Street
Cambridge, MA 02138=20

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