At 06:41 AM 6/21/2007, you wrote:
>For the needs of the faculty here, supplying "specific titles to
>specific classes for a limited period of time" is exactly what I want to
>do. That is because we run reserves here in the library - all reserves,
>audio, print, electronic. What the instructors want at my college is to
>offer audio and digital visual media through their Backboard courseware.
>Makes sense to me. Or place those same items on reserve in the library
>such that distance education students can access them off campus. So
>that would be exactly what I need to do: "respond to short term teaching
>I am not scared of the IT department taking over and messing with my
>carefully managed collection. As of right now, they really don't want
>For me, and I am pretty sure Chuck, this is more of a reserves question
>or an access question and it is specifically about using library-owned
>media materials for curriculum support via Blackboard. I want to tell
>Distance Education Lady that the distance ed students can enjoy a media
>rich classroom experience, no problem. (So she will quit acting like she
>is tho only one on campus who gives a damn about students, if nothing
> I am supposed to be pushing integration of all kinds of media in all
>kinds of classrooms; I'm the media librarian. I want to figure out how
>to actually do it, not just get support for saying "NO!" or being the
>repo man for film makers and distributors rights or the Deputy Copyright
>all the time. Plaintive cry: I want to figure out how to give them what
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