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Alexander Street Press Information Session – Sept. 27

Information session focusing on video from Alexander Street Press  – Thursday September 27, 2012, HIL Milham Room (100)

Noon-2:00PM Lunch provided –Please Register.

Eileen Lawrence, Vice President of Alexander Street Press will be visiting UNB on September 27th accompanied by Canadian Distributor Gary Gibson of Gibson Library Connections.

They plan to show and discuss any of the following new and forthcoming collections that people would like to hear about.  Lunch will be provided, please rsvp by September 21st.

Art and Architecture in Video has just launched.

New health-related video projects, including:

The Video Journal of Counseling and Therapy has recently launched, and a third volume of Counseling and Therapy in Video is in development

Rehabilitation Therapy in Video  is new

Health and Society in Video is new

Sports Medicine and Exercise Science in Video is new

Two collections of feature films have just gone live:

New World Cinema: Major Independent Features and Shorts, 1990-Present

Silent Film Online

Two projects are live or live soon in LGBT studies:

LGBT Studies in Video has launched

Gay and Lesbian Thought and Culture is targeted for launch within 2013

Psychology—exclusive streaming access through Alexander Street to these classic experiments:

Stanley Milgram Films on Social Psychology

Relatively new in music:

Classical Scores Library: Volume II (live)

Classical Music in Video (live)

Anthropology :

Anthropology Online  is relatively new, and a second volume of Ethnographic Video Online is in development

Targeted for specific programs:

Criminal Justice and Public Safety in Video (live)

VAST- Academic Video Online is a multidisciplinary subscription project that pulls together 20,000+ of the Alexander Street video titles

Preview / discussion—an invitation to share your thoughts about collections in development but not yet publicized, or ideas under consideration:

Black Studies in Video

Dental Education in Video

Twentieth Century Religious Thought

World Newsreels in Video