Content and Fair Use"
presented at Loyola's Faculty Development Workshop, Timonium,
September 1, 2004.
- LOCATION: Library Lower Level
Service desk; individual playback carrels; listening
booths; broadcast TV reception; closed-circuit TV; audio-cassette
decks; video monitor/VCR units and CD players.
Room 5 Adjacent
Room 60 Media
Services Office; service desk; Course Reserves area
Room 309 (Library-3rd floor)
Media Services group screening room
Video-tapes (VHS and U-Matic
Multi-media kits (combinations of the above)
Computer software (IBM/Macintosh)
- BIBLIOGRAPHIC ACCESS
Web based stations in the Reference
Center on the first floor and throughout the building.
New audiovisual acquisitions appear in the Acquisitions List
as well as the New Audiovisual Acquisitions List published periodically.
Contact the AV Center if you wish to be put on the mailing list.
Producer and distributor/ vendor catalogues for all media are
kept in the Media Services as well as audiovisual equipment
and supply catalogues.
EQUIPMENT DOES NOT CIRCULATE
OUTSIDE OF THE LIBRARY. EACH CAMPUS MAINTAINS ITS OWN EQUIPMENT
POOL FOR ON-CAMPUS USE.
(VHS and U-Matic)
Video player/monitors (VHS only)
Video Laser disc players
Compact disc players
Television monitor/receivers (cabled to a four channel
closed-circuit distribution system)
Rear-screen projection monitor
Motion-picture projectors (16mm, 8mm, super-8mm with sound)
Audio-tape recorder/players (cassette and open-reel)
Slide projectors (with and without sound)
Filmstrip projectors (with and without sound)
GROUP-ROOM SPACE: Media and
equipment may be used in 309 in the library located on the third
floor and seats 45.
for room 309 and equipment
should be made as far in advance as possible to guarantee use
of the facilities.
- MEDIA SERVICES COURSE RESERVE
Media may be placed on reserve
by faculty for individual and small group use in Media Services
throughout the year.
Media Reserves are dynamic in that items need to go on and off
reserve throughout the semester to allow other faculty and students
access to the same materials. Most of our holding are single
copy titles so we need to limit "locking" titles with
our reserves service.
Faculty and graduate students should use our media
booking service to ensure media will be available for their
use on specific days and/or times.
Media may be previewed by request
in Media Services. Reservations are recommended for equipment
- ORDERING AND SCHEDULING OF MATERIALS:
Order forms for requesting materials
from the Loyola/Notre Library, and the Enoch Pratt Free Library
are available from Media Services.
Other requests should be made through the library's Interlibrary
Loan department located on the lower level. Requests for
material should be placed as far in advance as possible.
The minimum time needed is as follows: Loyola/Notre Dame Library
- No minimum; first come, first served Enoch Pratt Free Library
- 3 weeks Interlibrary Loan - ASAP
- MEDIA REFERENCE:
Media Services provides assistance
in locating sources for audiovisual materials for preview/purchase
and for rental/free-loan. The library does not rent material
for either college. Rental costs must be paid with individual
departmental funds. Media equipment information is also provided
through reference materials and vendor catalogues. Interlibrary
loan of audiovisuals is handled through the library's interlibrary
loan department (ILL), as copyright restrictions permit.
- MICRO FORMS ASSISTANCE:
Media Services assists library
users in using micro form equipment (microfilm and microfiche)
and in locating needed materials.
EQUIPMENT: 4 microfiche reader/printers, 3 microfiche readers,
3 microfilm reader/printers, 1 microfilm readers
- CIRCULATION OF MEDIA:
Video formats and 16mm films circulate
to faculty for 5 days. Graduate students and college staff loan
period is 3 days. Some videos identified in the catalog as FLICKs
can now be taken out by undergraduates for two days. All other
formats circulate for 3 weeks. There is no limit to the number
of titles borrowed, but titles may only be renewed once.
Your use of this videocassette constitutes
your agreement to observe the copyright restrictions indicated hereon.
This videocassette is protected under the U.S. and all applicable
copyright laws and is licensed for classroom and library use only.
Any other exhibition, or the duplication, telecasting, cable-casting,
or broadcasting of this program or any part thereof, for any reason
whatsoever, without the express prior written consent of the copyright
holder constitutes a violation of Federal law with penalties applicable
to each individual accessory to the violation.
- RECORDING AND DUPLICATION:
The Loyola/Notre Dame Library has
equipment to duplicate video and audio-tapes, and to make off-air
recordings of satellite, television and radio broadcasts. All
of these services, however, must conform to existing copyright
regulations and licensing arrangements. A copy of off-air recording
guidelines is available on request.
The following is a typical notice on a copyrighted videotape
in our collection:
Please note that not-for-profit
institutions are not exempt from the provisions of the Copyright
Act nor from the penalties imposed on violators