[Videolib] FW: News from The National Media Market

Jaeschke, Myles (mjaesch@tulsalibrary.org)
Mon, 2 Apr 2007 13:42:40 -0500

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Professional Development Sessions Finalized

The Board of Directors makes every attempt to provide sessions that are
of interest to all attendees while keeping in mind that the primary
focus of the Market is screening and evaluating motion media.=20

This year's sessions are sure to stimulate discussions about important
trends and developments that impact the work of educational media
professionals.=20

Monday, October 8, 8:00 - 9:00 am
Trendspotting: Where are Libraries Headed?=20
Brian Kenney, Editor-in-Chief, School Library Journal=20
This fast-paced, up-to-the minute report will identify emerging trends
and look at the social and technological forces that are challenging
libraries and how these trends will impact content producers,
distributors, library managers and library users.=20

Tuesday, October 9, 8:00 - 9:00 am
Tracking the Wild Copyright-A Take on the Year Past=20
Jeff Clark, James Madison University=20
Discussion will focus on activities and implications related to
commercial video and other media, including the status of so-called
"orphan works," the new film-studies exemption won under the DMCA
(Digital Millennium Copyright Act), rights and "fair uses" in the
documentary filmmakers' art and practice, and developments in online
media delivery and user needs.=20

Wednesday, October 10, 8:00 - 9:00 am
Delivering Rich Media to Distance Learning: Keeping up with our Students
and our Users
Ross Davis, Seattle Community Colleges=20
Students and educators use interactive, video-based websites to get
information. Ross Davis demonstrates various resources that have been
developed to respond to the demands posed by this new world of high tech
users. See advanced video streaming, digital downloads, closed
captioning, ADA compliance, interactive video based web platforms,
Internet audio/radio.=20

Thursday, October 11, 8:00 - 9:00 am
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Providing Excellent Customer Service
Linda Moran, M.Ed., Educator
This multi-media presentation will look at customer service from the
perspectives of professionals within the education field. From telephone
to email to recorded messages to letters home, how do we provide timely
information to a diverse group of people? View video clips of actual
examples of customer service, as well as suggestions that can be
implemented immediately in your workplace.=20

For more information about the speakers, please visit the NMM website
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The National Media Market=20
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From: Ursula Schwarz=20 [mailto:uschwarz@earthlink.net]
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2007 = 10:01=20 AM
To: Jaeschke, Myles
Subject: News from The = National Media=20 Market

3D"=20
3D"Letterhead =
Professional Development Sessions Finalized

The Board of Directors makes every attempt to provide sessions = that are=20 of interest to all attendees while keeping in mind that the = primary focus=20 of the Market is screening and evaluating motion media.

This year's sessions are sure to stimulate discussions about = important=20 trends and developments that impact the work of educational media=20 professionals.

Monday, October 8, 8:00 - 9:00 = am
Trendspotting:=20 Where are Libraries Headed?

Brian Kenney, = Editor-in-Chief,=20 School Library Journal
This fast-paced, up-to-the minute = report=20 will identify emerging trends and look at the social and = technological=20 forces that are challenging libraries and how these trends will = impact=20 content producers, distributors, library managers and library = users.=20

Tuesday, October 9, 8:00 - 9:00 am
Tracking the Wild = Copyright—A=20 Take on the Year Past

Jeff Clark, James Madison = University=20
Discussion will focus on activities and implications related = to=20 commercial video and other media, including the status of = so-called=20 “orphan works,” the new film-studies exemption won = under the DMCA (Digital=20 Millennium Copyright Act), rights and “fair uses” in = the documentary=20 filmmakers’ art and practice, and developments in online = media delivery=20 and user needs.

Wednesday, October 10, 8:00 - 9:00 am
Delivering Rich = Media to=20 Distance Learning: Keeping up with our Students and our=20 Users

Ross Davis, Seattle Community Colleges =
Students=20 and educators use interactive, video-based websites to get = information.=20 Ross Davis demonstrates various resources that have been developed = to=20 respond to the demands posed by this new world of high tech users. = See=20 advanced video streaming, digital downloads, closed captioning, = ADA=20 compliance, interactive video based web platforms, Internet = audio/radio.=20

Thursday, October 11, 8:00 - 9:00 am
The Good, The Bad, = and The=20 Ugly: Providing Excellent Customer Service

Linda Moran, = M.Ed.,=20 Educator
This multi-media presentation will look at = customer=20 service from the perspectives of professionals within the = education field.=20 From telephone to email to recorded messages to letters home, how = do we=20 provide timely information to a diverse group of people? View = video clips=20 of actual examples of customer service, as well as suggestions = that can be=20 implemented immediately in your workplace.

For more information about the speakers, please visit the NMM = website=20 http://www.nmm.net/market_presenter_bios.shtml.=20

On behalf of the Market Board of Directors,


Ursula = Schwarz=20
The National Media Market

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