• Trial Online Resources

  • The Barber Library frequently tests new online resources to ensure that faculty and students have the best resources available for instruction, learning, and research. Check out the latest offerings and send us your feedback!

    Send feedback or your suggestions for online resource suggestions to Cat Finney ( cfinney@cocc.edu), Associate College Librarian for Collections and Acquisitions. 

    Current Trials

    Alexander Street Academic Video Online

    Trial Dates: 6/3/2016 through 7/1/2016
    Description: Academic Video Online is ALEXANDER STREET'S most comprehensive video subscription. Launched in 2013, this expansive resource comprises the full content of dozens of video collections and bonus discipline clusters, grows by 7,000 titles each year, and features 60 Minutes, BBC Video, "Counseling and Therapy in Video," PBS Video Collection, World History Online, World Newsreels Online, and many others.
    Access: http://search.alexanderstreet.com/avon

    Flipster (Ebsco)

    Description: A digital magazine service offering full-color, full-page magazines available 24/7 on any computer or mobile device with internet access.

    On campus, visit http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,uid&profile=eon

    Off campus, visit the link above and use the following credentials to log in.

    • User Id: s9004364
    • Password: pamplona

    Kanopy Streaming Video

    Trial Dates: 6/3/2016 through 6/30/2016
    Description: Kanopy is a video streaming solution for colleges offering a "Netflix-like" user experience and a broad selection of over 26,000 documentaries, feature films and training videos from thousands of producers. Touching on all topics, featured producers in Kanopy's collection include Criterion Collection, PBS, HBO, The Video Project, New Day Films, The Great Courses, California Newsreel, Kino Lorber, Media Education Foundation, First Run Features, BBC, and many more.
    Access: https://cocc.kanopystreaming.com/
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