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How to Do Research: A Step-By-Step Guide: 2e. Videos & Images
The Library subscribes to several streaming video collections that offer instant access to quality, Web-based videos in a broad range of subject areas to enhance teaching and learning at the undergraduate and graduate course levels. Use these tools to find and view films, and to create video clips or customized playlists which can be viewed in classrooms and embed in presentations or on Canvas course pages. Each database includes simple instructions. Need help? Contact Marge Kappanadze at (607) 735-1867, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A full-text source for background information on general topics and specific subjects. Try the “Mind Map” tool to pinpoint your research topic.
See the DVD tab in the Resources guide for more information about the Library's DVD collection which is housed behind the Library Services Desk. The collection contains about 2800 titles, including documentary and popular feature films.