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Streaming Media & Media Resources at the Addlestone Library: Available Media

This guide provides information on both analog and digital steaming resources and services available from the Addlestone Library and offers aids to using each of the subscription databases in teaching and learning such as embedding videos into OAKS,  citing sources, and screening videos in and outside of classes. 

Use the tabs in this guide to access this information.  All Addlestone databases can be found alphabetically from the DATABASES tab on the library home page.

Most of the content and format of this reference guide is used by permission from an original template created by Deg Farrelly of Arizone State University Libraries. Though not a direct copy of Deg's original guide, the content of this guide is highly inspired by him.  Thank you, Deg.

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                            The Addlestone Library offers media resources in both both analog and digital steaming formats.   Though subscription streaming services represent our most used media resources, our analog media include DVD collections available for general circulation as well as the Our Teaching Collection which is available only by faculty for classroom use. 

Our streaming media subscriptions include access to video, audio, and image collections. Information concerning all media types and formats may be accessed from the tabs at the top of the page and from this table of contents.

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