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View Resource Media Resources Center Moffitt Library UC Berkeley: Online Media Resources

The Media Resources Center at the University of California, Berkeley (described in the February 27, 1998 Scout Report) is continually expanding its selection of video and audio files, offering highlights from its collection and the Berkeley Language Center (BLC) Language Lab Speech Archives. The audio section contains a number of lengthy full-text speeches and readings delivered on the Berkeley...
View Resource Open Video Project: A Shared Digital Video Collection

While many digital image projects and archives offer a few brief video clips of historical and other interests, the Open Video Project contains close to 2000 digitized clips and complete short films, and will be of great interest to those researching visual culture. Sponsored and developed at the Interaction Design Laboratory at the School of Information and Library Science and the University of...
View Resource Demos: A/V

The Demos group in Britain conducts high-quality public policy research on a wide range of topics, including urban design, social assistance policies, and the housing market. Like many other think tanks, the group also produces a wide range of presentations on its work. This section of the site presents full-length programs like "Multi-Dimensional Poverty," "The Future of Open Data," and "How...

View Resource The Phillips Collection: Multimedia

The Phillips Collection, like many other museums, is now providing a page on its website where a wide variety of multimedia - sound, moving images, virtual visits - has been gathered for easy access. For example, visitors can view six short videos that accompany the current exhibition, Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life. The Collection's Intersections series also provides multimedia, such as...

View Resource 82nd & Fifth

We're about halfway through the Metropolitan Museum's online and ever-changing exhibit, 82nd & Fifth, so it’s a good time to take a look. Taking its name from the Museum's address, 82nd & Fifth is a collaboration between 100 curators from different departments across the Museum and 11 photographers, to produce 2 minute videos presenting "100 works of art that changed the way they see the world."...