Digital Media: Films on Demand, Online Streaming, NBC Learn (Spring-into-Spring Week)
Thursday, January 12, 2012
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Part 1. Films on Demand. Hands-on training on how to use Films on Demand and integrate it into your teaching. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, an online academic video resources offers streaming videos in various academic disciplines. This resource is a must see for any faculty interested in using quality media to supplement their lessons and exploring the flexibility of life beyond physical formats. Videos are available from any internet connection, on or off campus. Videos can be shared, linked to, or embedded in a web page and courseware. Part 1 facilitated by Philip Bahr, Reference & Media Librarian, DiMenna-Nyselius Library.
Part 2. Fairfield’s Online Streaming Movie Resource and NBC Learn.
Did you know that Fairfield University offers online streaming so faculty and students can have 24/7 access to digital academic content? Join us to learn about how the streaming process works, how to get movies digitized, how to find and request digital movies, and how to give students access to these movies.
Discover NBC Learn Higher Ed, a collection of primary source videos, newsreels, documents, and images that can be used for research, projects, and in classroom and online teaching. Learn how you can bring this content into your Blackboard course. Part 2 facilitated by Jay Rozgonyi, Assistant Director of Computing & Network Services.
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