Tag Archives: videos

The BBC is unearthing thousands of classic moments from its archive

(10 Sep 2019) The BBC is making thousands of fascinating clips from its archive available to watch on a new website – bbc.co.uk/archive More than 1,700 newly published videos are being made available for viewers to watch and enjoy, many of which hold a mirror up to our lives today and help paint a rich […]


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Springer Nature launches new video portfolio

Springer Nature Video offers insights, research and training material from experts/ Medicine and Professional and Applied Computing will be the first video subject collections. (20 June 2019) Springer Nature is launching a new collection of educational, standalone, peer-reviewed videos on its online content platform SpringerLink. Available from July, the videos cover a wide range of content […]


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New SAGE Research Methods video collection teaches essential research skills and accelerates professional development

(21 March 2018) SAGE Publishing is delighted to announce the launch of a new collection of streaming videos hosted on the SAGE Research Methods (SRM) platform, Practical Research and Academic Skills. Building upon SAGE’s extensive history of methods publishing across the wide range of the social and behavioral sciences, the videos teach the foundational skills […]


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New collection brings mental health diagnostic criteria to video

(21 July 2016,  Alexandria, VA)  Alexander Street today announced the launch of a new collection that will, for the first time, bring to video format the concepts of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders®, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) and the World Health Organization’s International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th Revision […]


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SAGE Publishing launches new SAGE video collections in business and management, politics and international relations and psychology

(12 July 2016, London, UK) SAGE Publishing today announced the launch of three new exclusive SAGE Video collections: Business and Management, Politics and International Relations and Psychology. Designed to support research and learning, these three extensive and diverse streaming video collections feature 400 hours of video combined. Bringing key social science fields of research to […]


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Feature Film and Exclusive Content PDA collections now available

(26 February 2016, Alexandria, VA)  Alexander Street today announced the launch of two Patron-driven Acquisition (PDA) specialty collections: PDA: Feature Film and PDA: Select. PDA: Feature Film is an innovative collection that gives users access to hundreds of feature films, silent films, and world cinema titles. Many are exclusive to Alexander Street. Top content providers […]


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19 new videos show how to engage students with art

(21 January 2015) The Getty Museum and the Teaching Channel have teamed up to produce a 19-part video series, available free online, that shows specific strategies for using art to engage students in all academic subjects. The videos are geared to elementary and middle school students, but also apply to students with mild to moderate […]


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Medici.tv coming to a screen near you

(10 March 2014)  Medici.tv has built a unique service producing and broadcasting over 100 live concerts each year and 1,300 programmes, in collaboration with the greatest orchestras and concert halls in the world. Its database offers more than 1,300 streaming programmes of opera, dance,  concerts, ballets, documentaries and artists’ profiles. Streaming is offered via PC […]


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UNSW introducing the library videos online

(27 February 2014) To help students find their way around the library and its collections, the University of New South Wales Library has published its library discovery videos online. Get Started explains how to connect with the library; while Search Smarter explains how to quickly find eBooks, databases, exam papers and other library resources. See […]


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