The technical problems with the National Film Board database have finally been resolved. UFV faculty, students, and staff can now sign into NFB.ca to view the subscription "Campus" titles using their UFV credentials.
This database provides access to hundreds of English and French language
animated films and documentaries online in streaming video. The UFV
Library has a license for classroom exhibition of these films, including
both publicly accessible films and the Campus titles.
For more information, see the National Film Board database information page.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
A new home page design and new features now available:
- New home page design: from the home page you can have quick access to the most popular titles, recently added titles, featured titles, featured producers.
- Navigation improvements: browse subjects from the Collections drop down menu, create playlists, custom segments and interactive transcripts. More detail on these features is here.
- New video player: a new HTML5 version of the video player provides a quick preview feature that lets users "scrub" through the video and see images from different parts of the title.
Posted by Mary-Anne
Posted by UFV Library at 4:30 PM
Monday, October 6, 2014
Thanksgiving is just about here. Please note the library hours for the long weekend.
Saturday, October 11: 10-4
Sunday and Monday, October 12-13: CLOSED
Saturday, October 11: 10-6
Sunday, October 12: noon-6
Monday, October 13: CLOSED
Posted by UFV Library at 2:28 PM
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
UFV Library staff will be on hand to talk to the public about researching family military history, and to share stories of relatives who served in World War 1. More information about the this event can be found on the Great War Day website. Admission is free and all are welcome.
|Canadian troops moving through the ruins of the-once beautiful city of Ypres. By the time this photograph was taken in April 1918, the war was nearing its end - evident by the devastation that is depicted|
Posted by UFV Library at 8:06 PM