Bruwelheide, Janis H. 1995. _The Copyright Primer for Librarians and
Educators_. Second edition. Chicago: ALA. This is dated, with
the passage of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, but much of the
content is still valid. The section on videocassettes gives the arguments
concerning home video in libraries. The two articles cited below are
cited in this book. I keep this on the bookshelf by my computer.
Cochran, J. Wesley. 1993. "Why Can't I Watch This Video Here?: Copyright
Confusion and Performances of Videocassettes and Videodiscs in Libraries."
_Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal_ 15: 837-92.
Heller, James S. 1992. "The Performance Right in Libraries: Is There
Anything Fair about It? _Law Library Journal_ 84: 315-40.
I looked yesterday and found the Heller article in Lexis but I couldn't
find the Cochran article, even though other articles from the same volume
were included. I may have just missed it somehow.
Kristine R. Brancolini
Indiana University Libraries