document sets forth the terms and conditions for institutional
participation in the 6th
Annual William T. Small Jr. Keynote Lecture on April 19th, 2004.
University of North Carolina, School of Public Health agrees to:
Distribute via satellite transmission, without charge, the 6th
Annual William T. Small Jr. Keynote Lecture on April 19th, 2004;
(b) Make available selected promotional and instructional materials
that Licensed Sites may duplicate for use in connection with the
the agreement, Licensed Sites have the right to:
Access the broadcast via satellite transmission;
(b) Make and retain one (1) videotape recording of the broadcast,
which may be placed in the library, shon to classes and used for
other non-commercial purposes within the institute; and
(c) Transmit the broadcast on a closed-circuit system located
at the facilities of the Licensed Site.
Licensed Site hereby agrees to designate an on-site facilitator
who will be responsible for the following:
Providing a room of adequate size to support the expected audience
at the site;
(b) Preparing the facility including arranging for sufficient
audio/visual monitors and equipment, seating, and (optionally)
(c) Publicizing the event locally;
(d) Greeting attendees and providing an introduction of the day's
(e) Providing information and assistance to local attendees as
the need arises;
(f) Coordinating attendee registration, if any, for your site;
(g) Completing the site facilitator evaluation, including an accurate
count of the number of participants during the broadcast.
Licensed Site agrees to the following conditions:
The copyright in broadcast recordings and associated materials
belongs to the presenters or to the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill School of Public Health; these recordings and materials
shall not be sold or rented, nor shall they be disseminated beyond
the licensed facility, by any means, without written approval
of the UNC School of Public Health.
(b) Recordings of the broadcast shall not be edited or altered;
(c) The UNC School of Public Health shall not be liable for failure
to deliver the broadcast due to circumstances beyond their control.