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Mon, May 14, 2007 Video Library

Research Channel Logo, based out of the University of Seattle, is a nonprofit media and technology organization founded in 1996 by leading research and academic institutions so they could share the work of their researchers with the public. These ideas are shared in their original form via video. Today, more than 50 participating members and affiliates provide all programming, and that number continues to grow. The site is browseable and searchable, and the daily webcast schedule is available via RSS and a monthly electronic newsletter, Think Forward. A sample search on the term “conflict” produced 31 videos. The Video Library contains more than 3000 programs and is available in three formats ? Windows Media and Quicktime for standard Internet connections, and MPEG-2 (ibm VideoCharger) for high-speed (Internet2 or similar) connections.


Posted by: Bill Warters on 2007 05 14 | Filed under Research Tools  

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