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Due to inclement weather, UK will be operating on Plan B for Thursday, March 5th. Please contact the library location you intend to visit before traveling. Current open/closed information is below.


Confirmed Closed March 5th: Agricultural Information Center, Design, Education, Little Fine Arts, Medical Center, Morris, Science, Special Collections Research Center, Shaver Engineering, and Transportation.


Confirmed Open: William T. Young Library will close at midnight on Wednesday, March 4th and will open at 10 am on Thursday, March 5th.


Engineering, Science, and Little Fine Arts libraries will all close at 7pm Wednesday, March 4th

 

Resource Name &
Link to Resource:
Films on Demand: Digital Educational Video
Description:

Humanities and Social Sciences streaming video platform that gives you access to educational programs that you can incorporate into your online lesson plans and distance learning courseware. Specific coverage includes Anthropology, Area Studies, Art, Architecture, Communication, Criminal Justice, Education, English and Language Arts, Geography, History, Music and Dance, Philosophy and Religion, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology ad World Languages (Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish). See the full subject index.

Resource Type(s): Video 
Access information: Resource is available on-campus or off-campus via EZProxy; Click the resource name to access it or here for off-campus instructions.
Fulltext: This resource does not provide direct access to fulltext content.
Vendor Name:Films Media Group
Research Guides: Education / Kinesiology / Health Promotion, Film
Special usage notes:

ALL of the videos in Films On Demand now have captioning and interactive transcripts available.

Interface allows you to search for specific video segments, organize videos into folders, and create personal playlists for others to view. You can also integrate videos directly into distance learning courseware.

Video available as Flash Video streams with Windows Media and QuickTime also available for most titles. Flash Videos can be streamed at 400k, 700k, or 1500k bitrates. Windows Media and QuickTime streams are 300k. Higher bitrates deliver excellent resolution when video is viewed in full-screen mode or projected. Lower bitrates may be better choices in limited-bandwidth environments.