What is JISC Mediahub?
Answered By: Isabel O'Kelly Last Updated: Dec 17, 2015 Views: 8
JISC Mediahub was set up to meet the needs of the UK’s education and research communities to access and use licensed audio-visual content for teaching, learning and research. It is a collection of film and video from medicine and the life sciences through archaeology, media studies, performing arts and music to philosophy, history and the social sciences. Several hundred hours of high-quality material are available for download, either in full or as segments, and can be used freely. Access to multimedia resources is from a wide range of collections, including: Channel 4, Getty Images, the Imperial War Museum, ITN/Reuters archives, Gaumont and Paramount newsreels, Royal Mail Film Classics, and the Wellcome Library.
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