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Professor Sadoway demos finding a journal article

Professor Sadoway demos finding a j...

MIT Libraries

Added over 4 years ago | 00:04:14 | 53141 views

Professor Don Sadoway demonstrates to his 3.091 class how to find a chemistry paper using the MIT Libraries' resources and tools. He demos Vera, Inspec, SFX and also comments on the importance of primary sources and peer review. October...

A Window on Fair Use

A Window on Fair Use

MIT Libraries

Added over 4 years ago | 00:09:39 | 41763 views

Explains how you can employ the concept of “Fair Use” under US copyright law to legally reuse content; offers relevant tools to support your own fair use analysis; and shows how you can find images available for reuse without permission

Computer Animation

Computer Animation

Animation

Added over 5 years ago | 00:03:22 | 37797 views

Luis Blackaller, Gina Kamentsky, and Frank Espinosa discuss computer-aided animation, and where it intersects with live action film, simulation, and even puppetry.

Report from Wikimania 2006: What is a wiki?

Report from Wikimania 2006: What is...

Wikipedia

Added over 5 years ago | 00:01:03 | 33223 views

Ward Cunningham's idea for a new kind of software was sparked during a trip to Hawaii.

Report from Wikimania 2006: Wikipedia is People

Report from Wikimania 2006: Wikiped...

Wikipedia

Added over 5 years ago | 00:01:47 | 30381 views

Wikipedians describe Wikipedia as more than just articles. They describe it as a community working on a collaborative project.

Why search for patents? What is a patent? Patent Searching Basics

Why search for patents? What is a p...

Video Tutorials

Added over 4 years ago | 00:05:21 | 28661 views |

Part of the MIT Libraries video tutorial series. Learn about what a patent is and why patents can be important to your research.

Library Myths - Episode 1

Library Myths - Episode 1

MIT Libraries

Added almost 3 years ago | 00:01:30 | 28637 views

Library Myths sets the record straight, debunking common misconceptions about libraries. The premiere episode reveals things you never knew you could check out of the MIT Libraries.

Report from Wikimania 2006: Where did this come from?

Report from Wikimania 2006: Where d...

Wikipedia

Added over 5 years ago | 00:04:33 | 27800 views

An understanding of how wikipedia articles are developed helps when exercising judgment about articles' content. Talk pages and page histories are described.

DJ Culture: Sampling and Ethics

DJ Culture: Sampling and Ethics

DJ Culture

Added over 5 years ago | 00:04:54 | 26051 views

DJs define "sampling", and then share their thoughts about the effects of copyright law in the world of electronic music. Featuring DJ C, DJ Flack, DJ M. Singe, and DJ Spooky.

Distribution in Animation

Distribution in Animation

Animation

Added over 5 years ago | 00:02:33 | 22610 views

How the internet has exploded the distribution possibilities for animators. Featuring Gina Kamentsky and Juan Ospina.

Narrative Structure in Comic Books

Narrative Structure in Comic Books

Comic Book Artists

Added 6 years ago | 00:01:55 | 19604 views

Narrative Structure in Comic Books

OTW Fanvidding series:  Good Vids, Bad Vids

OTW Fanvidding series: Good Vids, ...

Fan Vidding

Added over 5 years ago | 00:03:19 | 19557 views

Part of a series on fan vidding produced by the Organization for Transformative Works. http://transformativeworks.org/

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