Take a look at these neat streaming videos recently added to GRCC’s e-collections! This month, Films on Demand (FOD) added over 300 new videos – on topics spanning: business marketing; careers; communications; criminal justice; environment; ethics; gerontology; health; hospitality; psychology; social geography; to, technology. Videos contain either closed captioning or transcripts, so FOD meets GRCC’s accessibility guidelines.
For more options in streaming video, see the Multimedia & Image Resources Subject Guide.
Construction Inspector is one of 80 careers covered in this video series.
The LLC provides a great NEW career resource with the Career Q&A: Professional Advice and Insight streaming videos from Films on Demand. 80 “candid video interviews with professionals across multiple industries” cover topics including: “keys to success in the field, education and certification requirements, general workplace atmosphere, a typical day on the job, industry-specific challenges, what the future holds, advice for breaking into the profession, and more.”
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New career-related streaming videos (with simultaneous transcriptions) are available in Films on Demand. In the Working With … series, young people in the UK “discuss how they use knowledge and skills they learned at school in the real world… about their working lives, career paths, and what they enjoy about their jobs.” 17 subjects / skills are included: Art, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Design Technology, English, Foreign Language, History, Mechanical Engineering.
For other career resources, take a look at the Careers Subject Guide, as well as the [Careers & Education] tabs on most Subject Guides. For more streaming videos, see the Multimedia & Image Subject Guide.
Take a look at these new streaming videos from Alexander Street Press and Films on Demand. Faculty will be interested to learn that most already contain closed captioning or a simultaneous transcript as required for use on campus by Academic Governing Council policy. If that accessibility feature is not yet available, the vendors tell us that it will be in less than a month. For more resources, see the Multimedia and Image Resources Subject Guide.
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64 new titles have been added to our Films on Demand streaming video license over the past month., including culinary, business management, leadership, and 16 Career Q&A titles. Take a look at the new titles or all our 4485 licensed Films on Demand videos.