Film, Television & Media
Gale’s new platform Artemis Primary Sources provides simultaneous searching of two databases of historical resources, Eighteenth Century Collections Online and Nineteenth Century Collections Online.
Looking to search across a wide range of historical newspapers? Try Gale NewsVault.
Ethnographic Video Online, a searchable anthropological and ethnographic video collection, has released a new interface to enhance the user viewing experience.
From 21-27 October, the University of Auckland celebrates Open Access Week. As part of the week’s events, the Royal Society of New Zealand’s Matt McGregor will be presenting a session on Tuesday from 1-2pm, titled "From Open Access to Open Licensing: Copyright, Creative Commons and Scholarly Publishing".
Until 2 November 2013, the Library has trial access to Asian Film Online, a streaming video collection of around 600 films.
NZ On Screen, a website containing 1000s of television shows, films and music videos available online for public viewing, is celebrating its fifth birthday this month.
Project MUSE has introduced a new Advanced Search interface, offering users the ability to create detailed yet focused search queries to locate relevant scholarly content.
Want to see the NZ Herald’s editorial and letters page from last Monday?
Visit PressDisplay, providing online access to a wealth of national and international newspaper and magazine titles.
On this day in 1963, Dr Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech to over 250,000 civil rights supporters during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. The Library has a great number of resources covering Dr King, his actions and continuing influence.
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