Extended to Dec. 31, 2021: Films on Demand: Streaming video for SFU coursesPublished by Mark Bodnar
Just a quick note to let you know that our special, short-term access to the Films on Demand: Master Academic Collection has been extended for another year. You can continue relying on FoD's thousands of streaming videos remaining available for integration into your remote classes throughout 2021.
See my initial post from May 2020 about Films on Demand for its full description, as well as details on the many ways you can find and integrate videos and portions of videos into your online classes. That post also includes many links to specific videos that seem relevant to business & economics. Here are a few titles that have been added in the last year:
- How Big Money Measures Are Helping the Economy Through Coronavirus – Video Explainer
- Innovate Africa
- Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos
- Coronavirus: How the World Is Changing
- After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News
- Power Trip: The Story of Energy
streaming video options? Many Business/Economics instructors find LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) to be useful. And if your class is about complex research methods, then the more traditionally academic Sage Research Methods. Video might be worth a look. See also Criterion on Demand for "Educationally relevant feature films and some documentaries for the Canadian Post Secondary Market."Need more
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