Re: [EFM] Presentations: Audio Transcripts
Not likely. First, we have no facilities for producing the recording,
digitizing it, and putting it on the web.
Second, the IEEE has a real problem with having either transcripts or
recordings of meetings. They are very concerned about liability, and
have expressly told us to keep our meeting minutes brief, with just
the motions and action items recorded. I guess that they don't want
transcripts showing up in court. An audio or video recording of the
meeting would likely cause a hissy fit in Piscataway.
For this reason, we do not allow either video or audio recordings
in meetings, and if I spot some one trying to surreptitiously record
the proceedings, I tell them to turn the recorder off.
This is one of those cases where "You have to be there".
Charlie Wang wrote:
> I think this is a very good suggestion!
> Charlie Wang
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Horne, David M [mailto:david.m.horne@xxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Friday, September 07, 2001 11:38 AM
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> Subject: [EFM] Presentations: Audio Transcripts
> Howard, any chance that audio transcripts of the actual presentations can be
> recorded and then posted to the website along with the PowerPoint files, for
> the benefit of those that are unable to make the meeting (and for archival
> review purposes for everyone)? Anyone else with interest in this please
> chime in.