Andy describes how Alexander Street Video might be a useful audio-visual resource for you.
Do you need to get hold of video material for your study or teaching, but it’s not on Box of Broadcasts or in the Library’s DVD collection?
Try Alexander Street Video, an online collection of non-fiction video material for educational use, potentially useful across all subject areas. It includes:
- News clips from ITN
- Instructional videos for teachers
- Over 1,000 films on psychology and counselling
- Numerous documentary films on artists and designers.
Access Alexander Street Video from the Databases link on Library Search, OR directly from search.alexanderstreet.com. Your Network username and password are required.
Any questions? Contact me at mailto:A.Callen@salford.ac.uk.
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