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Tech Talk: Alexander Street Press, May 21, 2014

One of the libraries’ most innovative resources is Alexander Street Press. ASP contains over 10,000+ educational films in dozens of subject areas and includes documentaries, archival film stock, newsreels, and other moving images.

On May 21st Mary Siegel from Alexander Street Press will be at the Queens College Center for Teaching & Learning to discuss this resource and to give some tips and tricks on how to integrate this resource into your syllabus. Mary is the ASP Senior Sales Manager for CUNY. She lives in the Boston area, and spends a lot of time volunteering at her kids’ swim meets.

Date: May 21, 2014
Time: 12:15pm-1:30pm
Location: Queens Hall 325, Queens College
Lunch will be provided

Register at: http://goo.gl/ys5LS6

Check out the related tip by Kelly Blanchat, E-Resources Librarian at Rosenthal Library.

In the meantime, enjoy this video from the Masterwork series, a virtual tour of museums throughout the world! Consider how Edward Hopper viewed the city in his painting, Nighthawks (login is required for off-campus access):


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