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Title: Setting Up a Streaming Video Collection: A Case Study
Authors: Nasserden, Marilyn
Keywords: streaming video;digital educational video;online video library resources;visual resources
Issue Date: 24-Apr-2010
Publisher: ARLIS/NA Conference Proceedings
Abstract: In the current economic climate and with the move to centralization of services, especially but not only in academic libraries, Fine Arts librarians and visual resource professionals may be asked to assume media responsibilities such as moving image collection development and management in addition to other media and/or subject responsibilities. With the transition to online digital collections, this entails developing streaming video collections. I will share my experience at the University of Calgary Library as a case study in issues encountered while participating in setting the groundwork for an interdisciplinary streaming video collection.
Description: Presented at the ARLIS/NA (Art Libraries Society of North America) 38th Annual Conference, "Revolution and Innovation: At the Hub of Discovery," Boston, Massachusetts, April 23rd - 26th, 2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/47810
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