Term Described Video/DVD/Film Collections
Code TJ-4500.4500-180
Definition Libraries or other organizations that maintain collections of audio described videos, DVDs or films that can be used with library equipment or checked out for viewing at home or shown to community groups. Described videos and DVDs are movies which have been adapted for the enjoyment of individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Throughout each video or DVD, a narrator carefully describes the visual elements of the movie including the action, characters, locations, costumes and sets without interfering with dialogue or sound effects. The videos/DVDs operate on most standard videocassette and DVD players with a regular television set.
Created 6/20/02
Changed 12/13/06
Use References Audio Described DVDs
Audio Described Films
Audio Described Videos
Described DVDs
Described Film Collections
Described Films
Described Video Collections
Described Videos
Described Videotape Collections
See Also References Alternate Format Libraries (TJ-4400.8100-053)
Descriptive Video Services (LH-0600.9000-180)
Disability Related Libraries (TJ-4400.8100-180)
DVD/Film Order and Rental Complaints (DD-1500.2720)
Video/DVD/CD Donation Programs (TI-1800.4500-950)
Video Sharing Web Services (TJ-1800.3300-600.90)
External Classification Terms Information Services (AIRS IS-330)
Information Services (CAN IS-330)
Libraries (UW
Libraries (NTE B70)
Library (NPC B06)
Related Concepts Blindness/Visual Impairments
Facet Service
Bibliographic References

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