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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

U of M Libraries Digital Video Collections Guide

A wealth of licensed and open digital resources are available for instructors and students at the University of Minnesota, providing endless opportunities to add authentic content into second language and culture instruction. The Library has helpfully organized a list of streaming sites on their website. Some of these resources, like the Digital Content Library and YouTube may be well-known to instructors, but many others, like Dance in Video, Opera in Video, and the U of M's own Video History Archive may be less explored. One of the largest licensed collections is the Paley Center for Media iCollection for Colleges, which includes over 140,000 titles from 70 countries, and new content is constantly being added.

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