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13-5-1 Audiovisual Production Request

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    13-5-1 Audiovisual Production Request

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NUMBER: 13-5-1 APPROVED DATE: 01-03-1996

PURPOSE:  To define the College's process for media (audio and video) duplication/digital conversion for curriculum support.

  1. REQUEST
    All request for duplication/conversion of audio and video media must be reviewed and approved by the Dean of Learning Resources before any duplication is made.  Once approved, duplication requests are made directly to the Director of Distance Learning.
  2. LEAD TIME
    To ensure time for obtaining necessary copyrights and duplications, requests for duplication of audio and video tapes for classroom instruction need to be submitted a minimum of six (6) weeks prior to the date needed.
  3. DUPLICATION EVALUATION
    The Dean of Learning Resources evaluates whether the requested duplication is in compliance with copyright law.  If the request is not in compliance with copyright law, the Dean of Learning Resources or a designee will work with the requester to obtain permission to duplicate.  If the request is copyright compliant, the requestor is referred to the Director of Distance Learning for duplication/digital conversions.
  4. COMPLETION OF REQUEST
    The Dean of Learning Resources will notify the requester when the project is completed.

Updated: 10-13-2009

Reviewed: 03-10-2015

Updated: 02-19-2019