The Georgetown Media Service makes course media, faculty lectures, and campus events available to students, faculty, staff, and off-campus audiences in a secure web-based environment. Audio and video can be delivered to dedicated groups, such as classes, or to the public, in streaming media format or as downloadable files. Features include Blackboard integration and podcast subscriptions.
Many of the media assets available via this system are protected
by the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976 and by the TEACH Act of 2002.
Such materials have been selected by Georgetown faculty for classroom
use and are available only to users enrolled in the associated course(s)
and only for a limited amount of time. Many of the protected media
assets are also available for viewing in the Gelardin New Media Center
or the Language Learning Technology Lab.
Protected video and audio are available only to be viewed and/or
listened to by authorized users. Any user duplication or distribution of
the materials is prohibited. Any attempt by a user, successful or not,
to subvert the copy protection of media assets may constitute a
violation of U.S. law and may subject the user to prosecution and/or
disciplinary action under the Georgetown University Honor Code
and Computer Systems Acceptable Use Policy.