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This presentation will look at a collaboration strategy with campus library resources to address copyright compliance issues.
"The use of educational video and television in classrooms has risen steadily over the past 20 to 30 years, according to a series of studies conducted by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting" (CPB, 1997). This rise in use is also being seen in the online environment of the SUNY Oswego Campus. A steadily increasing number of faculty are requesting videos of various types be made accessible to students within online classes. The challenge this has caused for Instructional Design and Learning Management is to make this material available to students without violating copyright laws and potentially opening the college up to litigation. To confront this issue the Instructional Designers of SUNY Oswego have worked closely with the library staff to create a process that vets requests for video content and obtain the necessary copyright permissions as necessary. This presentation will go over the process we have developed at SUNY Oswego, touch on the technologies we have used, and will look at actual implementations of the process and faculty reactions.
Mr. Hemphill received an undergraduate degree in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises and a graduate degree in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation all from Syracuse University. He has worked in industry for Sensis Corporation and has done contract work developing self paced online courses for the Center for Business and Information Technologies at Syracuse University. He has spent the last three years working as a Multimedia Instructional Designer at the State University of New York at Oswego.