Friday, July 26, 2013

New in Films on Demand, Summer 2013

You'll be able to spot what's new in Films on Demand with ease. A "recently-added" banner will display on new titles on the browse pages. And there are a lot of new titles on a variety of topics--
  • The Arts as Therapy for Children
  • Candyman: Confectioner David Klein and the Jelly Belly Jelly Bean
  • Casa del Rio: Art Deco Icons
  • The Case for HIPAA Risk Assessments
  • China's Stolen Children
  • The Cost of Sushi: Emptying the Seas
  • Hijacking the Arab Spring? The Rise of the Islamists
  • Inside Chicago's Gang War
  • Inside the New KKK
  • Linear Functions: Algebra Nspirations
  • Much Ado in Mostar: A Shakespearean Collaboration
  • My Land: Seeing Both Sides of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
  • Orson Welles: The Paris Interview
  • Politics of Money: Ethical Markets
  • Ponzi Scheme--Butler Case: Scammed
  • Ponzi Scheme--Saxton Case: Scammed
  • Scala Scalissima: The Renovation of La Scala
  • Shedding Light on Reflection
  • Shedding Light on Refraction
  • Solitary Confinement: No Way Out of the Monster Factory
  • A Talk with Hitchcock
  • A Time to Fight: HIJOS Speaks Out for the Disappeared of Argentina
  • When Bubbles Burst: Why Financial Markets Crash
  • WMD: Weapons of Mass Deception 

Films on Demand is a source for thousands of educational and documentary videos available online to the students, faculty, and staff of Christian Brothers University. Faculty are able to link to videos in courseware or use them in classes. Entire videos are available; each video is also divided into segments.


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