A theoretical look at the selection, acquisition, preservation, and use of video and other evolving moving image media in libraries, as well as a practical working guide for librarians and educators involved in providing access to these media in a broad range of institutions and settings.
Learning With the Lights Off is the first collection of essays to address the phenomenon of film's educational uses in twentieth century America. Each essay analyzes in close detail some crucial aspect of educational film history, ranging from case studies of films and filmmakers to analyses of genres and broader historical assessments.
Now the diverse world of AV suppliers, products, and services is at your fingertips in one, easy-to-use source: AV Market Place 2000. Fully revised and updated, this time-saving industry "bible" is the only guide you'll need to find more than 7,500 companies that create, apply, or distribute AV equipment and services for business, education, science, and government. Providing unmatched access to the AV industry -- and such developing technologies as multimedia, virtual reality, digital audio, presentation software, and interactive video -- this multi-indexed resource makes it easy to find the names and numbers you need. For example, you'll discover: -- An index of over 1,250 AV products and services that refers you to listings of suppliers in the main index -- A Products, Services, and Companies Index that identifies all firms geographically under separate Audio, Audio Visual, Computer Systems, Film, Video, Programming, and miscellaneous sections, divided further among specific applications -- A Company Directory, organized alphabetically, that provides complete contact information for every organization listed. -- A Personnel Directory that provides information on key personnel for each company listed.
With over 68,000 titles intended exclusively for legal professionals, this unmatched bibliography lists virtually every available legal resource -- books and serials, microfiche, videos and audiocassettes, software, and online databases. Focusing on core legal and related titles, Law Books and Serials in Print 2000 includes descriptive annotations that provide expert guidance on selecting the right sources for every research need. And it now keeps you current with a cumulative supplement at no extra cost.
More than 20,000 titles from New Zealand and the surrounding Pacific Islands can be located by title, publisher, and subject in this key resource. Also serving as a comprehensive directory to the region's publishing and bookselling industry, New Zealand Books In Print lists book, video, and audiocassette distributors; book trade associations; literary awards; agents; booksellers; libraries; and others.