Access Video. It has over 10,000 world-class documentaries, award-winning educational films, and helpful instructional videos on every known subject.If you are like me and only have poor person’s TV (not SKY) then you are constantly channel surfing and finding yourself stuck with cooking, renovation and dating shows. Well, surf no more - the library can now connect you to a new eResource -
Personally I am in heaven, as though I may not have access to the History Channel I can now watch a number of history documentaries from a variety of sources including the BBC. I have even set up my own account so I can save videos I want to watch in future. Now don’t roll your eyes at the thought of “educational” films as they can be entertaining too. I defy you to open this eResource and not find something that takes your fancy. I had a wee look at a documentary on “Animals in Love” and went all gooey over the Orangutan kissing his partner's eyes and the capuchin monkeys that throw rocks at the boys to get their attention … is that what I have been doing wrong?
This eResource will be a source of information, entertainment and mirth for all. What else can I say but lights, camera and action!