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Free Resources During COVID-19 Disruptions

A list of free resources offered by publishers to ease the transition to remote instruction.

Video Platforms and Publishers

VIDEO PLATFORMS/PUBRS

Artfilms (videos)

Artfilms is offering a heavily discounted subscription to up to 2000 streaming videos for university libraries:  $US 500 for access from now until end of September.  We will work with libraries to match our titles with existing reading lists on request. Titles included will be influenced by your location, due to licensing rights.  More information here: https://www.artfilms-digital.com/COVID-19-offer  *Please note this arrangement is for new subscriptions only as we must protect the interest of our rights holders and artists also.

 

Additionally:  Libraries that have existing Artfilms DVD they need to stream, should contact us directly with an email request and where possible we will provide access at no charge for this period.

 

We will review arrangements in September.

 

Julie Stevens

Director, Business Development

 

Email:  julie.stevens@artfilms.com.au

Mobile: +61 414 749540

Skype:  julieastevens

Docuseek [Bullfrog & Icarus films]

Contact: Elena Wayne <ewayne@docuseek2.com>

From: Elena Wayne <ewayne@docuseek2.com>

Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 12:53 PM

To: videolib@lists.berkeley.edu

Subject: RE: [videolib] advice on streaming films during university going online

 

To help out with the challenge of maintaining instruction in cases where face-to-face instruction is cancelled, Docuseek has worked out an arrangement with its distribution partners, Bullfrog Films and Icarus Films, to make any of their titles on Docuseek available for educational streaming, at no charge, as long as the school has a legally-acquired copy of the title (any format), through June 30.

 

If there are Docuseek titles from other distributors (e.g. Kartemquin, First Run, National Film Board) that you have a hard copy of and your faculty want to use in remote teaching during this period, let us know and we can see what we can do to make the film available.

 

If this is something that you are interested in pursuing, please contact ewayne@docuseek2.com.

JoVE (science videos)

CONTACT: JoVE Video <access@jove.com>

From: JoVE Video <access@jove.com>

Date: Thu, Mar 12, 2020 at 1:04 PM

Subject: Enable your STEM Faculty’s Preparation for Remote Teaching

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, many colleges and universities are making the difficult decision to move to remote teaching and learning models. Whether your institution is already moving forward with such an initiative or preparing for the possibility, we want to support you in enabling your faculty to teach remotely.   JoVE is happy to provide all of our Education video content free to use in STEM teaching efforts through June 15th.

JoVE Core - isolate key scientific concepts and visualize them to maximize learning comprehension. This video textbook, available in Biology and Social Psychology, can be used as primary teaching resource or a supplement to teaching materials.

JoVE Science Education - teach scientific fundamentals with this video library of simple easy-to-understand video demonstrations in 8 STEM fields.

Lab Manual - bring the lab home with comprehensive, curriculum-focused videos for introductory biology lab courses.

No strings. This is our opportunity to give back to our education community at a time where flexibility and adaptability are crucial. All you have to do is let us know you want to get your institution set up by completing the form below or just replying to this email and we’ll take it from there.

Kanopy

  • Films available for free for March 13 - April 12 -- see downloadable guide
  • “Great Courses” catalog, free from March 16 for 4 weeks
  • Discounts on other services

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