Every month, streaming documentaries, educational videos, lectures, interviews, and newsreels are added to GRCC’s Films on Demand (FOD) video database. This month, the following grabbed my attention:
The Definitive Guide to Davinci Resolve: 8-hour long series of Blackmagic Design’s official training course for people wanting to get a basic overview of the editing, motion graphics, color correction and audio tools in DaVinci Resolve.
The Moneyless Man: Mark Boyle: The Green Interview features Mark Boyle, who defied the odds when he launched an experiment to live for one year without spending any money.
Cheese Slices: Master of Cheese Will Studd travels through Asia, Europe, and the Middle East and looks at the fascinating stories behind the cheeses of these areas. (8-part series)
Inside the Storm: Lessons from the Boardroom: A rare look behind closed doors of big global businesses and their fatal decisions, which have defined the financial and political realities of the current century. (17 titles)
The BBC Literary Adaptations in Video collection was recently added to the Academic Video Online (VAST) database from Alexander Street Press. It includes almost 200 hours of BBC productions of 50+ famous literary works “from Dickens to Shakespeare, from Chekhov to Arthur Miller, from Jane Austen to Mary Shelley.” Click here for a list of titles included in the collection.
Access these and other videos through the database Academic Video Online (VAST) link, or, find them in GRCC Library OneSearch results. When you’re off-campus or using wireless, you will be asked to log on with your last name and 7-digit Raider number.
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Alexander Street Press recently added new award-winning documentary content to our premier streaming video database Academic Video Online VAST.
Film Platform titles have been “carefully selected from prestigious film festivals, made by the best filmmakers from around the globe including many OSCAR®-nominated and OSCAR®-shortlisted documentaries.” Titles include: Agnus Dei; The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia; The Hunting Ground; A Place at the Table; Race to Nowhere; and, RGB. There are 180 titles available so far – with more than 200 expected by the end of 2020.
Access these and other videos through the database Academic Video Online VAST link, or, find them in GRCC Library OneSearch results. When you’re off-campus or using wireless, you will be asked to log on with your last name and 7-digit Raider number.
Take a look at new science video content available in Science Reference Center. Videos appear in lists of search results, and may also be searched directly through the [Images] option on the top toolbar. The new collection features 2,000+ short videos from top educational publishers including:
Boclips: A collection of nearly 200 short-form clips that are curated, copyright-cleared, and ready for the classroom; includes videos from LearnZillion, Paul Andersen with Bozeman Science, PBS LearningMedia’s Crash Course with John Green, and TED-Ed;
Media4Math: Approximately 100 video tutorials in algebra and geometry;
Nature Picture Library: More than 1,500 video clips featuring footage of animals in their natural habitats (no sound or transcripts); and,
Twig Education: Nearly 200 three-minute videos that align with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and cover topics in the earth, space, life, physical and applied sciences.
GRCC users will be prompted for their last name and 7-digit Raider number. Science Reference Center is available through MeL Michigan eLibrary Databases – a federal-state matching grant providing content for all Michigan residents.
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