New On-Demand Video Content now available to Faculty, Students and Staff
The James C. Kirkpatrick Library and the Office of ITI CentralNet are pleased to announce two new Video On-Demand services available to all UCM Faculty, Students and Staff:
Films on Demand is a source of high-quality educational video and multimedia for a variety of subjects including humanities, social sciences, business, economics, science, mathematics, health, and more. Films are streamed directly on-line and can be searched and played in their entirety or searched and played by segments. Faculty, students and staff have access to the entire range and variety of content for learning, lessons and research. Films on Demand is made possible through JCKL.
To access Films on Demand, browse to the library homepage (http://library.ucmo.edu) and click on the “Online Database” section.
NBC Learn Archives on Demand is a source of over 10,000 videos, documents and images collected over the past 80 years by NBC News. You’ll have access to historic news broadcasts and newsreels, current events videos which are updated daily and flippable “CueCard” media player technology. NBC Learn Archives on Demand can be accessed right from within Blackboard, so faculty can build Archives on Demand videos right into Blackboard content and students can use Archives on Demand for research. The NBC Learn Archives on Demand Building Block is made possible through the Office of ITI CentralNet.
NBC Learn Archives on Demand can also be accessed by browsing to the library homepage (http://library.ucmo.edu) and selecting the “Online Database” section.
Be sure and watch in the coming months for more information on how to use these new exciting educational tools.