[Athen] colleges that share transcripts or captions?
JElmer at vcccd.edu
Tue Nov 6 11:45:05 PST 2012
How do you feel that the purchased for “personal use” element fits in with the idea of sharing?
John F. Elmer
Alternate Media Specialist
Educational Assistance Center (DSP&S)
4667 Telegraph Road
Ventura, CA 93003
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Subject: RE: [Athen] colleges that share transcripts or captions?
I read through the new LOC guidelines that Ron sent the link for this am. If a copyright owner (as defined in the Chaffee Amendment) does not make their AV/Multimedia material accessible (captioning and/or descriptive oration), a third-party may do so without obtaining direct consent if used for educational purposes or if purchased through normal means for personal use, without violating copyright statutes or rights.
Because this is at the federal level, it supercedes state codes. Sharing can now occur, if for educational purposes and students with documented sensory or print disabilities, without fear of copyright violation.
Although there are some that are disappointed with the limitations that are still in place, I think that this is a huge step in the right direction.
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Subject: [Athen] colleges that share transcripts or captions?
From: Karen Sorensen <karen.sorensen at pcc.edu<mailto:karen.sorensen at pcc.edu>>
Date: Fri, November 02, 2012 12:36 pm
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Does anyone know of a state that shares captions or transcripts between colleges? I seem to remember that one did, but I don't know how they got around copyright infringement.
We are requesting funding from the state for captioning that could be used by all 17 community colleges in the state. It would really help our request if we could say that we will share the captions or transcripts (if that's not a copyright violation).
Anyone have any suggestions?
Karen M. Sorensen
Accessibility Advocate for Online Courses
Portland Community College
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