50 New Titles Added to FDU Films on Demand

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The Library is pleased to announce that 50 new video titles have been added to our Films on Demand collection. The videos were selected by FDU faculty and represent the following disciplines — Nursing, Communication, Social Sciences and History, Psychology, Sociology, and Literature. The new titles can be viewed by logging into the FDU Films on Demand website — http://fmgaccess.fdu.edu – with your FDU Webmail login and password (see the tab labeled ‘Recently Added Videos’). They may also be viewed within the library’s online catalog — http://coolcatnj.fdu.edu.

Pandemic Videos on Demand

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Are you looking for information about pandemics? We have many resources available within FDU Libraries including the following 2 films in our Films on Demand collection (http://fmgaccess.fdu.edu):

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7 New Films added to the FDU Videos on Demand Collection

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The Library is pleased to announce that 7 new titles have been added the Videos on Demand Collection* (http://fmgaccess.fdu.edu):

  • Advertising
    • This program features a historical survey of the methods of advertising in the U.S. (28 minutes)
  • Book Industry
    • This program provides a detailed look at how trade and educational/reference books are made, sold, and marketed. Also discussed is the perception of book publishing as a glamorous career field, in spite of the hard reality of low profits and wages. In addition, talk-show footage of William F. Buckley, Jr., and Madeline Cartwright, author of For the Children, adds insights into the experiences of book authors. (28 minutes)
  • Radio History
    • This program tells the complete story of radio, from its roots in Marconi’s wireless telegraphy and the invention of the vacuum tube by Lee De Forest, to its heyday in the 1930s and subsequent upstaging by television in a battle for audience-share. (28 minutes)
  • Sex, Censorship, and the Silver Screen: From the Depression to WWII
    • In what many see as Hollywood’s Golden Age, the offices of William Hays and Joseph Breen worked overtime to combat %#$!$uality and subversion in American movies. This program examines the products of that era-films that danced around the standards of the Production Code and paved the way for increasingly daring storytelling and images. (72 minutes)
  • World War II
    • This program features FDR’s declaration of war on Japan, and General Douglas MacArthur’s “Old Soldiers Never Die” retirement speech before Congress, along with other speeches. (39 minutes)
  • World War II: The Road to War
    • This program chronicles the global events that ultimately led to U.S. action in World War II. (31 minutes)
  • World War II: The World at War
    • Starting with Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, this program follows the United States through its mobilization for war and into battle in North Africa, Europe, and the Pacific. (31 minutes)

*Requires a valid FDU Webmail login and password for access to the film collection.

3 New Film Titles Added to FDU Videos on Demand

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This month the library is pleased to announce that it has added 3 new titles to our Videos on Demand collection:

  • Explaining Globalization (56:00)

Everyone talks about globalization, but what does it really mean? And what are its implications for the average American? In this compilation of NewsHour segments, experts from the U.S. and abroad speak their minds on a shrinking world and an expanding global economy.

  • Get 1.1 Billion’s Attention: Growing Consumerism in India (60:00)

Once racked with poverty, India is now a model of economic revival and Western-style consumerism. This program examines the impact of the country’s newfound wealth on domestic and international business, and on Indian society as a whole.

  • A Fatal Impact: Eugenics, Social Darwinism, and Genocide (53:00)

During the 19th century, racial categorization took on a pseudoscientific stance. This program shows how the academic racism of the period helped to spread imperialist policies across the globe.

Any FDU community member can access the FDU Films On Demand Collection through FDU’s portal (website), http://fmgaccess.fdu.edu/login, by using an FDU Webmail login and password. For access to more advanced features, FDU faculty and staff must request a username and password from USAS by completing an online request form available at http://isweb.fdu.edu/index.html (look under Policies/Forms). This username and password gives you the ability to create customized video playlists around a specific topic, or for a specific class, along with a stable URL to paste into WebCampus, Webmail or a personal, or departmental webpage.


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