Alexander Street Adds More Than 300 New BBC Titles to Its Offerings in 2017
Alexandria, VA – Alexander Street announced today that it added streaming access to over 300 BBC videos for college and university libraries and faculty via its Academic Video Online solution, plus key titles in its Patron-Driven Acquisition (PDA) program. Single-title-streaming direct subscriptions and perpetual rights are also available.
“The BBC is one of the most respected and trusted sources of educational content,” said Sarah Brennan, video product manager at Alexander Street. “It has a long-held reputation for releasing world class documentary programming, featuring the highest levels of rigorous editorial and production standards. This addition to our already strong offering from BBC will provide classrooms with current content, some published as recently as 2016, in a wide variety of disciplines, such as science, health, environmental studies, sociology, history, political science, business, and economics.”
Some highlights include:
- What's Killing Our Bees?
- A Nation Divided? The Charlie Hebdo Aftermath
- Amazon: The Truth Behind the Click
- Antibiotic Apocalypse
- Cold Fear - Gay Life in Russia
- Inside Europe's Terror Attacks
- Is This Rape? Sex on Trial
- Should I Eat Meat?
- Paris 1928
- Ebola Frontline
Preview the complete offerings at search.alexanderstreet.com/bbc.
Alexander Street pairs exclusive streaming video, audio, and curated full-text collections with cutting-edge online tools to transform the way people research, learn, and teach in virtually every discipline. Learn more at alexanderstreet.com.
Contact for Media Inquiries/Reviewer Access:
Kathleen McLellan, Sr. Product Marketing Manager – Video
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