Last month, we featured Academic Video Online, the Library’s largest streaming video database. Our second largest video database, FMG Films on Demand is equally important to search when looking for videos to enhance projects and presentations. Films on Demand contains more than 50,000 titles broken into more than 300,000 short segments for easy insertion into PowerPoints, blogs, and more. Content includes instructional films in nearly all academic disciplines, and documentaries from providers like BBC, PBS, HBO, and National Geographic. All films include APA, Chicago, MLA citations. Click here to try FMG Films on Demand. Please send any comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tired of paying for films and documentaries on Amazon? Then check out Academic Video Online, available from the Library. With nearly 74,000 films and videos, AVO is the perfect destination for both research and enrichment. Want to take cooking lessons from Jacque Pépin? Or watch premium PBS, BBC, and independent documentaries? Or see Romeo and Juliet performed at Shakespeare’s Globe in London? Just a few of the subject areas in AVO include anthropology, business, counseling, health, history, and performing arts. All videos include APA, Chicago, MLA citations. Click here to try Academic Video Online. Please send any comments to email@example.com.