Would you like to view videos on your computer? Would you like to use videos for your presentation? Our new VIDEO Library Guide provides guidelines on how to locate and access streaming videos available to the SUNY Cortland community in the library catalog and databases! For Faculty: the guide also explains how to embed videos in Blackboard! Besides movies from our own collection the library gives access to movies from the following video database collections:
Films On Demand: includes over 6000 licensed films from a variety of commercial providers including PBS and National Geographic.
American History in Video:great collection of videos for the study of American history
Education in Video: developed specifically for training and developing teachers.
Ethnographic Video Online: comprehensive resource for the study of human culture and behavior.
You can find the Video Library Guide in the Library Research Guides box on the Library Tab in myRedDragon. ENJOY!
“A Taste of the Brooks Museum” is on display in the library! Located in the case next to the stairwell in the Lobby, the exhibit features some artifacts, including a “cowboy hat,” textiles and cat mask, from Latin America and Asia. Special thanks go to Sharon Steadman and the Brooks Museum for loaning these objects. For more fascinating items visit the Brooks Museum in Moffett Center, Room 2126! Please contact Amanda Halliwell, Secretary for Sociology/Anthropology, at 753-2726 for museum hours.
Don’t struggle: Ask A Librarian if you have difficulties finding scholarly resources for your research paper! Librarians are there to help you! You can find us at the Research Assistance Desk in the Learning Commons or connect with us through Chat, Email, Phone or Text in the “Ask A Librarian” box on the Library Tab in myRedDragon. When you have difficulties finding resources at 2:00am in the morning: chat with a librarian through AskUs 24/7! A librarian from another part of the country will help you find resources! Ask for Help!