- No copyrighted material will be digitized if it falls outside of
the Educational Fair-Use Act guidelines.
- Only on-campus, Citadel-related events will be filmed for the following reasons.
purposes to be used for later academic review and discussion.
- Example - to put on reserve in the library.
- Example - to put on a DVD to be shown in class.
- Example - to be posted to a Blackboard course.
- Academic department Web sites to help support the educational initiatives at The Citadel.
- Example - to post to the requesting academic department's Web site as an archive of the event.
- Example - to post to the requesting academic department's Web site as an information video about an upcoming event.
- Due to our limited resources, Multimedia Services does not have the
capability to film any event that will later be broadcasted on tv or distributed for profit.
- A request to film an event that occurs during normal business hours, must be made at least one week in advance
- A request to film an event that occurs after normal business hours, must be made at least two
weeks in advance.
- The requester will need to fill out and sign the Event
Filming Request Form (PDF).
Multimedia Services will provide the initial DVD copy of the event. If more copies are needed, the requester must bring blank media for the additional copies.
- There is a minimum of 15 business days for project completion.
- Filming Classroom Presentations
- Filming Student Academic Projects
- Filming Faculty Lectures
- Filming Small On-Campus Events
- Filming Interviews and Testimonials
- Filming Academic Training
- Filming Academic Debates and Round-Tables
- Filming Greater Issues Events
Multimedia Services will only film these events if the completed
projects are used for later academic review and discussion, or for academic departmental Web sites. Examples include:
Multimedia Services will NOT film these events if the requester
intends to use the footage for a TV broadcast or to distribute the footage for profit.