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History: Multimedia

General guide to resources in the discipline of History.

Ethical Use of Multimedia

According to U.S. copyright law, any produced work, including videos, is automatically copyrighted from the moment of its creation, meaning that in order to distribute the work to others, you must seek out permission from the creator.  More and more videos, however, are being made freely and legitimately available online to anyone who wishes to watch them.

Please take a look at the following Guide to see how to access and use these resources ethically.

Using online multimedia

Audio, Video and Document Collections

Subject Librarian

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Daniel Holden
Contact:
Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian
Post Learning Commons and Drexel Library
Room 178
Saint Joseph's University
610-660-1984