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Can I... (TV Programs)

1.  View the videos off-campus? YES As long as you are a current staff or student of HKBU. You will be asked to login with your library account if you are off-campus.



2.  Use any means to let non-HKBU people
     view the videos?
NO Particular licenses are arranged between the TV companies and the HKBU Library. According to the licenses, only current staff and students of HKBU are permitted to view the videos.



3.  Play the videos in class? YES Teachers and students are permitted to play or show the videos for the purpose of giving or receiving instruction.



4.  Play the videos in a recreational activity
     held on campus?
NO The use of the videos is restricted for teaching and learning purposes.




5.  Download the videos? NO The licenses specifically state that NO downloading or copying is permitted no matter for what purposes.



6.  Embed the videos into a PowerPoint or
     upload them on personal website, etc.
NO Since the licenses do not permit users to download or copy the videos, so no uploading, embedding, or editing is allowed.



7.  Link the videos in Moodle or educational
     website for HKBU students?
YES This can be done for the purpose of teaching and learning within the university premises. You can either link to the library catalogue record (e.g., http://hkbulib.hkbu.edu.hk/record=b2333877) or the video (e.g., http://lib-nt2.hkbu.edu.hk/hkbutube/vod.asp?bibno=b2333877). Both links are permanent links. Access to these links is controlled by authentication.





Introduction

TV Programs

The Library has recorded TV programs produced by ATV, RTHK, and TVB since 1985, particular those useful for teaching and learning. Now, we are gradually converting these programs to online videos for the convenience of users. The DVD copies are still kept on shelves for borrowing. Due to licenses, both formats can be watched within campus only.


Scholarly Talks

Starting from 2009, we have also piloted to capture selected scholarly events held at HKBU for teaching, learning and archival purposes. The selection criteria lie in event content, our resources, and speakers' willingness to release their copyright. Although we work for providing these videos to all internet users, speakers mandate the means of dissemination.


Teaching Videos

These teaching videos were produced by individual faculty members who hope to share these videos with the general public or the university community.


Can I... (Scholarly Videos)

Videos Open to Public

Videos Restricted to HKBU
1.  View the videos off-campus? YES YES As long as you are a current staff or student of HKBU. You will be asked to login with your library account if you are off-campus.



2.  Use any means to let non-HKBU people
     view the videos?
YES NO Particular written agreement is arranged between each speaker and the HKBU Library. These speakers only permit current staff and students of HKBU to view their presentations.



3.  Play the videos in class? YES Teachers and students are permitted to play or show the videos for the purpose of giving or receiving instruction.



4.  Play the videos in a recreational activity
     held on campus?
NO The use of the videos is restricted for teaching and learning purposes.



5.  Download the videos? NO Unless you have obtained prior permission from respective speaker(s) and the Library.



6.  Embed the videos into a PowerPoint or
     upload them on personal website, etc.
NO Unless you have obtained prior permission from respective speaker(s) and the Library.



7.  Link the videos in Moodle or educational
     website for HKBU students?
YES This can be done for the purpose of teaching and learning within the university premises. You can either link to the library catalogue record (e.g., http://hkbulib.hkbu.edu.hk/record=b2333877) or the video (e.g., http://lib-nt2.hkbu.edu.hk/hkbutube/vod.asp?bibno=b2333877). Both links are permanent links. Access to these links is controlled by authentication for the latter type.

Citing this Site

As part of our mission to support academic research and provide an open website for the general public, we welcome the sharing of resources from our website for the purposes of research, teaching, and learning, so long as users clearly cite the source of data in their documents, websites, or any media.


When citing the entire website :

Hong Kong Baptist University Library. (2014). HKBUtube. Retrieved Date of access, from http://hkbutube.lib.hkbu.edu.hk/hkbutube/index.php


When citing a TV episode :

TV company (Producer). (Year, Month Day). Title of video [Video file]. In TV series title. Retrieved Date of access, from Hong Kong Baptist University Library, HKBUtube: URL of the page.

Example:

RTHK (Producer). (2014, October 2). The moment of truth [Video file]. In Hong Kong connection. Retrieved January 1, 2015, from Hong Kong Baptist University Library, HKBUtube: http://lib-nt2.hkbu.edu.hk/hkbutube/vod.asp?bibno=b3713944

(TV programs can be accessed on campus only)


When citing other videos :

Author, A.A. (Year, Month Day). Title of video [Video file]. Retrieved Date of access, from Hong Kong Baptist University Library, HKBUtube: URL of the page.

Example:

Murad, F. (2010, September 14). Discovery of Cyclic GMP and Nitric Oxide cell signaling and their role in drug development [Video file]. Retrieved January 1, 2015, from Hong Kong Baptist University Library, HKBUtube: http://lib-nt2.hkbu.edu.hk/hkbutube/vod.asp?bibno=b2438279

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