Video Recording Policy
The Educational Technology Center (ETC) staff will provide video recording support for college events which are listed below. These events are identified as having a historical, institutional or academic importance and have been designated by the library archivist or college officers to be placed into the college archives. All events require a Video Project Request form be completed before the recording takes place. A minimum two week turnaround time for processing a video (i.e., making copies, minor edits, etc.) should be anticipated.
Events that will be recorded
*Events with an asterisk occur during the fall and spring semesters.
- Black Cat’s Junior Production
- Grant/donor funded lectures (e.g. Gladden, Hart, Dunaway, Hubert, Chao)
- Writers’ Festival (recording only the keynote speakers)
- A.C.M.E lectures *
- Faith and Learning
- PBK Visiting Scholars
- Ethics lecture *
- Joyful Noise *
- Kirk concerts *
- Black Friars Theatre *
- Dance recitals (will film one ) *
- Center for Teaching and Learning events*
Events that will not be recorded
Events in this category will not be recorded by the ETC staff. Departments, organizations or individuals can 1) check out a camera and related equipment from the library and choose to have the ETC staff train a representative of their department or a student worker to handle the video recording or 2) ETC staff can recommend an outside contractor from a list of preferred vendors to record your event.
- Personal recordings for students and faculty (student and faculty recitals, etc.)
- Club or student organizations
- Events hosted by off-campus groups (e.g., Decatur Book Festival keynote speaker)
- Events hosted by individual academic and non-academic departments not included in the list above
Rev. August 2013