[Videolib] cataloging videos PPR question

Jen Stutesman (jennifer.stutesman@wwcc.edu)
Wed, 09 May 2007 13:03:37 -0700

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Hi all,

I remember this being discussed a while ago, (I think) but I cannot find
it in the archives. We want to put a note (say, in the 500 field or
something) in the video record saying if we have PPR on the title. For
instance, Bullfrog titles come with PPR. I would note that in the
catalog record. We were warned against this recently by another
librarian doing a panel on DVD cataloging, because catalog records get
viewed by more people than just our institution patrons, faculty, and
staff, and she was worried about people (just the general public)
outside our institution (maybe looking at the record through OCLC)
thinking the PPR extended to them. In reality, all our agreements with
video vendors differ slightly; some offer PPR for extra $$, and some
allow us to use the video if we ask for permission, but don't charge.
(Like ADV) We don't loan our videos outside our immediate consortium,
but what if we did in the future? I can see the librarian's point of
concern...I've already created a paper file in my office that lists most
of our popular vendors and their PPR agreements, but I was trying to
attach that to the catalog record in some way. Or is this just something
that defies an easy catalog tag, and will have to be handled in person?

Thanks, jen

Jen Stutesman

Instructional, Media, & Technical Services Librarian

Walla Walla Community College

Walla Walla, WA

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Hi all,

I remember this being discussed a while ago, (I think) b= ut I cannot find it in the archives. We want to put a note (say, in the 500 fiel= d or something) in the video record saying if we have PPR on the title. For instance, Bullfrog titles come with PPR. I would note that in the catalog record. We were warned against this recently by another librarian doing a p= anel on DVD cataloging, because catalog records get viewed by more people than j= ust our institution patrons, faculty, and staff, and she was worried about peop= le (just the general public) outside our institution (maybe looking at the record through OCLC) thinking the PPR extended to them. In reality, all our agreem= ents with video vendors differ slightly; some offer PPR for extra $$, and some a= llow us to use the video if we ask for permission, but don’t charge. (Like ADV) We don’t loan our videos outside our immediate consortium, but w= hat if we did in the future? I can see the librarian’s point of concern&#= 8230;I’ve already created a paper file in my office that lists most of our popular vendors and their PPR agreements, but I was trying to attach that to the catalog record in some way. Or is this just something that defies an easy catalog tag, and will have to be handled in person?

Thanks, jen

 

 

 

Jen Stu= tesman

Instruc= tional, Media, & Technical Services Librarian

Walla= Walla Community College

Walla= Walla, WA

 

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