I don't really have any trouble naming names of video requestors on
campus--in the majority of cases, the distributor simply wants to whack
the person on their mailing list (which can, of course, have its up and
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On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Shaw, Susan Libr wrote:
> Maybe I'm overly squeamish, but I feel a little uncomfortable giving the
> name of the "prompter" (of the order) to the company that produced and
> distributes the video, even if it's only so that they can find out how the
> video requested is being used, etc. Appalshop Film & Video wants to know
> the name of the faculty member who requested a video so that they can
> contact the faculty person and ask them how they like it. Seems invasive
> to me. Comments?
> Susan Shaw
> Briggs Library
> South Dakota State Univ.