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.
How to Recognize Fake News is new to GRCC’s streaming video collection. Think of fake news as a disease. Without knowing how to identify and stop its spread, information literacy is at risk, especially among audiences whose critical thinking skills are vulnerable. This video series equips viewers with tools to spot the stories and images that are false, biased, altered or slanted, even those shared by trusted friends or family. Easy tips to detect and check fake news will encourage scrutinizing material for opinion, inaccuracy or misrepresentation. Target audiences learn how to avoid being duped by fake news and may be less quick to click until they know what’s real and what’s not.
For more on this important topic, see the Fake News Subject Guide.
If you’re in the market for a new job, this is the list for you. The Hot Jobs! list can help guide you to new employment in a high-demand career. West Michigan Works! analyzed online job posting data and surveyed employers to create a list of the 100 highest-growing and most in-demand jobs in West Michigan. Take a look! For more career information, see the Careers Subject Guide, as well as the [Careers & Education] tab on most departmental Subject Guides.
Artstor has released more than 93,000 new images from four of New York’s leading cultural institutions. This eclectic release ranges across the history and built environment of New York City itself to art and artifacts from the Renaissance through the present day. Included are images from the New York Historical Society, the Museum of the City of New York, the Morgan Library & Museum, and, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Take a look!
For additional images resources, see the Multimedia & Image Resources Subject Guide. For additional arts resources, see the Visual Arts Subject Guide.
Students will find multicultural children’s books in GRCC’s collection is a whole lot easier due to Cataloger Lori DeBie adding local descriptive subject headings into RaiderSearch Catalog. Lori also created dynamic catalog search links on the [Multicultural Children’s Literature] tab of the Children’s Literature Subject Guide
, based on questions received at the Reference Desk.