Posts Tagged ‘Films on Demand’

World Cinema on Films on Demand

fod-logoExplore the world via our Films on Demand

World Cinema Collection!

This collection includes the best of the silent era, groundbreaking international directors, American and European masterpieces from the mid-20th century, and award-winning contemporary films. The collection shines a light on the history of cinema and provides a glimpse into the cultures and issues of countries around the world, making it useful in many disciplines from political science to history, world languages, and more. All foreign language films include English subtitles.

Your road map:

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US Presidential Election Debates on Films on Demand

Films on DemandInterested in presidential debates? Check out the Library’s Films on Demand database.

 

US Presidential Election Debates

This series includes 29 televised presidential debates from 1960 (Kennedy & Nixon) to 2012 (Obama & Romney).

How do you get there?

  • From the BSC Library website, choose “Journals, Magazines, eBooks, & More
  • Choose “Video & Film” near the bottom of the subject list
  • Choose “Films on Demand
  • Enter search terms: US Presidential Election Debates

Watch & Enjoy!

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TedTalks Now Available on Films on Demand

Guess what!  TEDTalks have now been added to our Films on Demand streaming video database. You’ll find more than 200 new TEDTalks this month, with hundreds more to be added by the end of the year.

What is TED?

TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design.

TEDTalks are renowned for bringing together some of the most fascinating and inspiring voices in areas from technology, science, and global issues to entertainment, design, and business.

Get Fit! Reading Is a Workout for Your Brain

Why read?  Check out this video from the Library’s “Films on Demand” collection:

Why Reading Matters: a Holistic Study for the Digital Age

“… this program studies the brain’s role in the process of reading and what we gain from reading, especially of fiction … Tracing the brain’s adaptation to reading historically and through modern medical imaging technology, the film shows us how the brain reacts to words … fiction may provide the brain’s most cerebral workout; more significant, fiction provides us with the ability to develop empathy.” — from a review by Ernest Jaeger in Library Journal (September 15, 2011, p. 45)

Library Subscribing to Films on Demand

Good news!  Due to the overwhelmingly positive response to the Films on Demand database, we have decided to subscribe to this resource.

The trial period was due to end on Sunday, September 26, but access will now continue uninterrupted.

Thanks for your feedback and enjoy using this great resource!

Films on Demand – Last Week of Trial Access

Have you checked out Films on Demand yet?  If not, there’s still time … our trial access goes through Sunday, September 26.   You can find the link on the Library’s Databases (Articles & More) page. 

Films on Demand is a digital archive of nearly 6,000 titles in curriculum-focused digital video collections.  The state-of-the-art streaming video platform makes it easy to incorporate outstanding video from Films Media Group into your courses and presentations.    

Your feedback will be key in making a decision about subscribing.  Let us know what you think!

Films on Demand – Trial Access

The higher ed community is buzzing about Films on Demand  – a digital archive of nearly 6000 titles in curriculum-focused digital video collections.  The state-of-the-art streaming video platform makes it easy to incorporate outstanding video from Films Media Group into your courses and presentations.    

 The BSC Library is excited to provide trial access to Films on Demand through September 26, 2010.  You can find the link on our Databases (Articles & More) page. 

  • Try it out. 
  • Use it for your classes. 
  • Let us know what you think about it. 

 Your feedback will be key in making a decision about subscribing.