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Streaming Media and Images

These learning resources feature a variety of digital formats including streaming video, streaming music, and art images.

Digital Media iconResources with Digital Media


Digital Media IconCatalog of Art Museum Images Online (CAMIO)
The growing collection contains images of paintings, photographs, sculpture and other media from participating museums and institutions.
Type: Digital Media

Digital Media IconClassical Music Library
The streaming audio collection offers over 200,000 recorded classical works from major labels. Repertoire ranges from vocal and choral music to chamber, orchestral, solo instrumental and opera.
Type: Digital Media

Digital Media IconCounseling and Therapy in Video
The online resource provides actual therapy sessions, re-enacted therapy sessions and scripted scenes to illustrate techniques. The resource also contains additional content from professional therapists including interviews and presentations.
Type: Digital Media

Digital Media IconFilms for Business and Economics
Delivers streaming videos on topics ranging from leadership and management to economics and finance.
Type: Digital Media

Digital Media IconLearning Express Library
The career and school preparation center provides practice aptitude tests including the GRE and the LSAT. Computer software instruction is also available for Windows or Mac operating systems and Microsoft office applications.
Type: Digital Media

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