The Marquette Law Library surely has a copy of the copyright law for you to
look at. If not there are a number of copyright links on my web page as
well as the finalized version of the new guidlines for educational
multimedia. (url below). This is a complicated subject and there is much
misinformation. This means we must educate ourselve in this important area
so we can instruct our faculty and students in correctly using copyrighted
>Does videolib have a searchable archives?
>I am primarily interested in tracing back the string of questions
>surrounding face to face useage rights for home videos. (i.e. that one
>can use a video in a face-to-face teaching environment for 10 days (I
>believe), and then must destroy the tape within a certain time period
>(45 days is it?).)
>Perhaps more to the point, can someone please cite for me the code or
>regulation from which this line of thinking stems?
>Thanks for your help.
>Acquisitions / Serials Librarian
>Marquette University Law Library
>Sensenbrenner Hall (414) 288-5351
>P.O. Box 3137 FAX: (414) 288-5914
>Milwaukee, WI 53201-3137 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stan Diamond, Manager (814) 863-3100
Audio Visual Services (814) 863-2572 (Fax)
1127 Fox Hill Rd, email@example.com
Univ. Park, PA 16803 HTTP://www.libraries.psu.edu/avs/