Tag Archives: video

What do librarians wear? Video explores librarian fashion in Australia

(21 September 2018) Do you find yourself wondering what to wear in the morning? Dressed to the 746s: Australian Librarian Style is a short video that explores how librarians dress. It debuted at the IFLA World Library & Information Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia earlier this year. In the video creators Bonnie Wildie, Amy McKenzie […]


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Renew Publishing Consultants release results of two large scale research projects

How Readers Discover Content in Scholarly Publications (2018) A Landscape Review of Streaming Video (2018)  (3 September 2018) Renew Publishing Consultants has spent a significant amount of time over the last 12 months researching two areas affecting scholarly publishing. The results of both projects are published today and have been made freely available for the […]


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IFLA to live-stream selected WLIC sessions

(20 August 2018) IFLA, the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, has announced that selected sessions of the 2018 World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) will be live-streamed. Librarianship.ca has all the details here.


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Wochit’s global expansion continues in APAC

(14 March 2017) Today, Wochit announces several new content partnerships and new customers across APAC. Wochit is forming more publisher relationships in Asia and Australia, increasing the power of social video in a growing market. Following a recent funding round from investors including Singapore Press Holding’s SPH Media Fund, Wochit has pursued new relationships throughout […]


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SAGE Video grows with new collections in Sociology and Criminology & Criminal Justice

(1 March 2017, Los Angeles, CA). SAGE Publishing today announces that it has expanded SAGE Video, its highly reviewed library of streaming videos across the social sciences, to include two new collections: Sociology and Criminology & Criminal Justice. Hosted on SAGE Knowledge platform and designed to enhance research, teaching, and learning at all levels, the new […]


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Alexander Street announces release of fourth volume in acclaimed ethnographic video online series

(9 January 2017, Alexandria, VA) Alexander Street today announced the launch of the latest installment in its Ethnographic Video Online Series, Volume IV: Festivals and Archives. This new collection of contemporary anthropological films provides a space for today’s visual anthropologists to showcase and disseminate their most compelling work. With a focus on titles screened at contemporary […]


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Singapore incorporates video in health care education with Binumi

(15 November 2016) Medical schools are setting the pace for wireless video technology applications in the classroom, hospital wards and operating theatres. And helping them to succeed is Binumi. Medical students at Nanyang Technological University’s Lee Kong Chian School Of Medicine are using Binumi in their workflow, capturing, editing, and archiving footage which once was […]


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SAGE Publishing launches collection of 480+ videos that illustrate how research is done

(1 November 2016) SAGE Publishing has launched a collection of streaming videos designed to help students and researchers learn and develop research skillsets and navigate the research process. Titled SAGE Research Method Video, the collection includes 484 videos on the broad spectrum of social science research methods and statistics. “Video is an incredibly powerful tool […]


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Kaltura 2016 Video in Education Survey reveals tipping point: Over 50 percent of higher education institutions using video

International survey of 1,500 respondents also indicates that 75% of higher education students now use video in their assignments (12 July 2016, New York, NY) Kaltura (http://kaltura.com/), the leading video technology provider, today published its third annual State of Video in Education report, a comprehensive international study that examines the evolving use of video in […]


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Alexander Street and Docuseek2 partner to deliver top documentary films

(7 March 2016, Alexandria, VA and Chicago, IL)  Alexander Street and Docuseek2 today announced a strategic partnership to develop new products and platforms, and expand the availability of the highest-quality documentary films for higher education. Over the next six months, Docuseek2 will migrate to a new platform powered by Alexander Street, integrating the rich variety […]


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Win € 1000 of video-making equipment! Apply for the 2016 AIB/IFLA international short film competition about libraries

(3 February 2016) The IFLA Section on Metropolitan Libraries and AIB (Associazione Italiana Biblioteche), in collaboration with Regione Umbria, Gallucci editore, MediaLibraryOnLine and Del Vecchio editore, has the pleasure to announce A Corto di Libri, AIB/IFLA International Short Film Competition about Libraries for 2016. “A Corto di Libri” honors short films which focus on libraries and the […]


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Data visualization webcast videos now online

(11 May 2015) Data visualization brings library stories to life. Using Tableau software, libraries may better harness, analyze, and report their data to internal and external stakeholders. Video recordings of ARL’s recent web series on data management and visualization with Tableau are freely available on ARL’s YouTube channel. The announcement is here.


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SAGE launches streaming video collections to support pedagogical, curricular and research needs

(5 May 2015, Los Angeles, CA) SAGE today announces the launch of SAGE Video, streaming video collections designed to support a range of needs across higher education, including pedagogical use in undergraduate teaching and learning and higher-level academic study and research. Celebrating 50 years as a social and behavioral science publisher in 2015, the first […]


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60 MINUTES database coming exclusively to Alexander Street Press

(5 February 2015, Alexandria, VA)  Alexander Street Press has partnered with CBS News to release 60 MINUTES, 1997–2014, an exclusive database from one of the most successful programs in American television history. The forthcoming online resource was announced this week at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Chicago with a video introduction from Emmy-winning 60 MINUTES […]


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New video launched: Libraries Change Lives

On 10 December 2014, Public Libraries 2020 published a 90 second animated video highlighting how public libraries in Europe strengthen communities and help people: Libraries Change Lives. The video was officially launched at the Dutch National Public Library Conference by H.R.H. Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands, Honorary Chair of the Reading & Writing Foundation and […]


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