Media Resources Library@TCC
The libraries provide
media resources such as audiotapes, videotapes, music CDs and CD-ROMs.
Select media titles may be checked out for home use, subject to licensing
agreements and copyright. Faculty may reserve media and arrange to
preview titles for possible purchase. Contact email@example.com to
reserve media for classroom use.
Catalog (advanced search). For online videos, limit your
keyword search by choosing E-Videos from the E-resources drop
down box. (use myTCC to login from
Academic Video Online features a single, fully integrated platform, offering access to tens of thousands of full-length streaming video titles. Virtually every video in the collection is fully transcribed in addition to being indexed for subjects, people, places, release date, language, publisher, and video type. As a result, students and scholars can combine keyword and fielded search capabilities to frame creative and highly targeted queries. Users can also select to view a single video collection by using the dropdown menu at the top of the homepage.
Video Documentary films and snips on a variety of topics
such as history (turning points, groups, the constitution), science
(astronomy, biology, chemistry, meteorolgy, physics, global warming,
glaciers, human body), art (great artists, nudes in art) and
religion (Christianity, world religions). (use
myTCC to login from off-campus)
History in Video provides the largest and richest collection
of video available online for the study of American history allowing
students and researchers to analyze historical events, and their
presentation over time, through commercial and governmental newsreels,
archival footage, public affairs footage, and important documentaries.
(use myTCC to login from off-campus)
On Demand (Introduction | Navigating | Linking
in Bb | FAQs.pdf)
(a.k.a. Films for the Humanities) is our web-based digital video delivery
service that allows you to view streaming videos from Films Media Group anytime,
anywhere, 24/7! Choose from more than 5,500 educational titles (includes
Films for the Humanities) in dozens of subject areas. Special features allow
users the ability to organize and bookmark clips, share playlists, personalize
folders and manage their entire collection through an administrative reporting
system. (use myTCC to login from off-campus)
integrates components of vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar and
culture. Users learn actual conversation, breaking
down complex conversational elements within an audio-visual framework
that allows the user to draw important connections between pieces
of information they have already learned. (use
myTCC to login from off-campus)
Videatives Make general principles of child development and early education come to life. Students learn to "see what children know", not through testing, but through careful observation. Teachers have higher-level conversations with children. Children reflect on their actions and receive better support for their thinking.
Annenberg Channel is
a free satellite channel for schools, colleges, libraries, public
broadcasting stations, public access channels, and other community
agencies. It is presented 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and
airs an extraordinary range of teacher professional development
and instructional programs funded by Annenberg Media.
CNN Video provides video
clips in 14 different subject areas from world events to offbeat
items. You'll find many new video clips each day.
Cultural & Academic
collection currently contains over 1,000 films that deal with everything
from leper colonies
in Burma to experimental films from the personal collection of
Timothy Leary. Visitors can check out the "Most Downloaded
Items Last Week" area to get a sense of the wisdom of the
crowds, and then look at the "Sub-Collections" area.
Here they will find films contributed from the Buckminster Fuller
Archive, the Khan Academy, and the University of Pennsylvania Museum
of Archaeology and Anthropology. First-time visitors may wish to
view the 35-minute film "The Happy City" from 1959.
The best movies of the United States Government, from training
films to history, from our national parks to the U.S. Fire Academy
and the Postal Inspectors, all of these fine flix are available
for reuse without any restrictions whatsoever.
Fora TV: Public debate about
myriad issues and policies that affect our world. "It provides
deep, unfiltered content, tools for self-expression and a place
for the interactive community to gather online (FORA, 2).
full-length documentary films free of charge, with no registration
needed. For several films, we even offer the ability to watch trailers
or to download the actual film. The films are a much-needed counterbalance
to corporate media: an industry dominated by special interests
thaat are gathered by our researchers as we scour the web for well-produced
videos and present them to our viewers. We adhere to all copyright
laws and honor the wishes of the producers.
Online) remains committed to providing a primetime venue
for engaging documentaries that fully explore and illuminate
the critical issues of our times.
Media Collections at UC Berkeley includes audio and videos
available to the general public.
Open Vault (WGBH Media
Library and Archives) provides online access to unique and historically
important content produced by public television station WGBH for
individual and classroom learning. The ever-expanding site contains
video excerpts, searchable transcripts, a select number of complete
interviews for purchase, and resource management tools.
on-line audiences worldwide access to continuous web cast and searchable
on-demand video library of over 1700 full length programs. These
resources are available at Internet2, cable, DSL and modem speeds
including many speeches. Contributing institutions include, though
are not limited to, George Mason University, Stanford University,
Tufts, University of Virginia, NIH and Library of Congress.
TED, Technology Entertainment and
Design Channel: Debate and presentations made during annually
held TED conference. Speakers are globally recognized figures
such as Al Gore, Bono, Bill Clinton and Jane Goodall.
(Princeton) A collection of public affairs lectures, panels and
events from academic institutions all over the world. Lectures
available both in audio and well as visual mediums.
casts from the Library of Congress Visitors can scan through
a complete list of all 303 web casts, or browse a thematic list
that organizes the talks into areas such as religion, government,
find materials in libraries near you. Use the advanced search and
limit your search by format.
For online speeches use our Speeches
Campus Librarians provide assistance in
the selection, preview, licensing, and purchase of audio visual
media for the college. Please contact your campus librarians for help or questions. Faculty may reserve media for classroom
or off-campus use.
- Chesapeake Campus-757-822-5171
- Norfolk Campus-757-822-1100
- Portsmouth Campus-757-822-2264 (Designated a site for the TELETECHNET interactive
distance education program at Old Dominion University)
- Virginia Beach Campus- 757-822-7151 (reserving media) 757-822-7156
(reserving rooms B201 and B211 for faculty members)
Classroom learning and the Libraries are supported by the department of Learning
Technology Applications. Faculty
may reserve equipment for classroom or off-campus use by calling or using
- Chesapeake Campus 757-822-5172
- Norfolk Campus 757-822-1121
- Portsmouth Campus 757-822-2264
- Virginia Beach Campus 757-822-7159
- John Morea, Interim Director, Audiovisual Services 757-822-7039 firstname.lastname@example.org