February 6, 2014
We're pleased to announce the acquisition of additional streaming video resources for the SDSU community.
Opera and dance lovers should check out two new collections from Alexander Street Press.
Opera in Video includes around five hundred hours of performances, spanning the operatic cannon. Videos can be streamed from your computer and mobile devices operating on 3G networks or greater. Works can be searched by type, genre, composer, time periods, and more (alexanderstreet.com).
Dance in Video currently includes over 700 works and 500 hours of video. Genres include ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, experimental and more. These videos can also be streamed directly from your computer or mobile devices (3G networks and greater). Videos in this collection are searchable by genres, material types, and more (alexanderstreet.com).
To access both of these collections, simply click on the databases A-Z link from the library’s website, and select Opera in Video or Dance in Video.
Science majors should check out three new titles from JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments: bioengineering, chemistry, and neuroscience. Videos are broken down into chapters for easier viewing, with each chapter representing an article. Each video article is accompanied by a summary, citation information, abstract, introduction and protocol.
To access the JoVE titles, click on databases A-Z from the library’s website, and select titles I-L.