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Friday, November 11 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
(16) From Anthropology to Migration, Music to Video, Archives to Film Festivals: How Six New Alexander Street Projects Align with Hawaiʻi Libraries LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

We’ll explain video acquisition models and help you understand the best match for your library—including PDA (Patron-Driven Acquisition, with tens of thousands of exclusive titles; and Academic Video Online Premium (AVON), with 56,000 films and growing, unlimited usage, and your choice of titles for perpetual ownership at no additional cost. We’ll show you new projects that “sing” to the needs and interests of Hawaiʻi students, patrons, and scholars—including Women and Social Movements in Modern Empires Since 1820 (including an examination of Hawaiʻi’s history); Music Online: Ethnographic Sound Archives; Ethnographic Video Online: Volume IV, Festivals and Archives; Border and Migration Studies Online; and others. Please join us!

Speakers
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Dawn Marie Devine

Western Region Sales Manager, Alexander Street
West Coast Gal with an East Coast Heart. Born and raised in LA, summers & holidays & wedding in Maine. We have chickens. Two houses, one an art project. Film buff, lit lover, foodie, budding green thumb. | I love my career at Alexander Street and I know we have the best platform for streaming video & audio & primary sources out there. | We set the bar for excellence. Why not come take a look at what's new?!



Friday November 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 113

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