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Copying & Scanning Zines for Interlibrary Loan and Incarcerated People

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In the summer of 2013 the Barnard Zine Library surveyed zine creators to determine their attitudes toward scanning and photocopying zines for remote users, including incarcerated people. This …

In the summer of 2013 the Barnard Zine Library surveyed zine creators to determine their attitudes toward scanning and photocopying zines for remote users, including incarcerated people. This slideshow presents some of the results.

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  • 1. The Survey Welcome to the Barnard Zine Library zine scanning & photocopying policies survey! We want to understand a variety of zine makers' preferences about libraries reproducing their zines and portions of their zines for researchers, incarcerated people and leisure readers. Your feedback will directly inform current and future policies for our zine collection. The responses you give will remain anonymous, unless you choose to provide your name and contact information for follow up questions and love. The survey should take 3-5 minutes to complete. We appreciate your time, and the information you provide is of great value to us!
  • 2. Responses • 136 respondents, 114 completed the whole thing • 100% identified as zine makers • Other – Reading logs – Cook zines – Literary zines art zines 11% Compila -tion zines 16% DIY zines 9% Mini- comics 5% personal zines 41% political zines 14% Other 4%
  • 3. I see no problem with this 38% Only if the zine is not available for sale 26% I do not feel comfortable with this 20% Other 16% Are you comfortable with Barnard Zine Library personnel photocopying a zine to send to a remote patron?
  • 4. comments or suggestions relating to prison correspondence (representative & summarized) • Requests from incarcerated people for free zines can be overwhelming • Distrust of incarcerated people • Not wanting share a comp zine without all contributors' consent • "do not, DO NOT send copies of zines to prisoner with out the explicit consent of the zine maker!" • Okay, but obfuscate my name/contact info
  • 5. I see no problem with this, 38% Only if the zine is not available for sale, 26% I do not feel comfortabl e with this, 20% Other, 16% Are you comfortable with Barnard Zine Library personnel photocopying a zine to send to a remote patron?
  • 6. Representative, summarized notes about copying/scanning for a remote patron • With a license that the person may not reproduce the zine • With permission • I'd be afraid of someone from my personal life requesting copies for own their creepy reasons and not for research purposes • Could you put a watermark on it?
  • 7. Yes 62%Only If the zine is not available for sale. 6% No 15% Other 17% Are you comfortable with Barnard Zine Library photocopying a zine to send to someone in prison?
  • 8. Representative, summarized notes about copying/scanning for an incarcerated person • Redact personal info • Can't give permission for contributors to comp zines • Not for perzines, but okay for DIY and political zines • Female identified inmates only • Okay under most circumstances • Depends on the crime • "ONLY with permission"
  • 9. Yes 62% No 10% Other (please explain) 28% If Barnard Zine Library personnel do send photocopies of zines to incarcerated people, should they obfuscate the zine maker's postal contact information?
  • 10. Yes 57% No 20% Other 23% If we send photocopies of zines to incarcerated people, should we obfuscate the zine maker's electronic contact information?
  • 11. Selected & summarized comments & suggestions re: ILL policy • Zines should not be copied and sent to remote patrons. • Consider zines made in the 90s before the internet/Google were omnipresent • Accompany scan with a note saying that contact info for the creator, or for any zine reviews inside, etc., may no longer be valid. • Concern about voyeurism • Curious about cost, where the money comes from and where it goes • Get consent • Clearly label excerpts with zine issue metadata
  • 12. I see no problem with this. 42% Only if the zine is not available for sale. 30% I do not feel comfortable with this. 15% Other 13% photocopying a portion of a zine to send to a remote patron
  • 13. Yes 50% Only if the zine is not available for sale. 2% No 28% Other 20% Photocopying a portion of a zine for someone in prison?
  • 14. Yes 97% Other 3% Are you comfortable with us scanning zine covers to use in an online catalog?
  • 15. Not at all 51% Somewhat 36% Strongly 13% Other 0% Were your answers were affected by whether or not you zine(s) are currently in print/for sale?
  • 16. Not at all 47% Somewhat 35% Strongly 15% Other 3% Were your answers affected by whether or not your zines are, to your knowledge, held at Barnard?
  • 17. Policy implications • What constitutes a mandate? • ILL • Incarcerated people • Zines by genre • Zines in print
  • 18. Those responsible • Annie Soga helped develop the survey • Ann Matsushima Chiu helped analyze the responses • Jenna Freedman made this slideshow • Bad Bad Leroy Brown...
  • 19. ...is bad (gratuitous cat photo)

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