You can use Library Search to search for multimedia including images, photographs, video, audio and musical recordings. Just enter your topic into the search box:
eTV provides FREE access to recorded TV programmes, live streams and on demand videos for University of Otago staff and students.
Note that eTV content cannot be watched on computers on the Otago Student network i.e..you may need to watch content off-campus. It is recommended that eTV is accessed using Firefox
If you have not registered to use eTV, this video provides instructions on how to go about it.
Looking for a documentary, image, sound file, chart etc? Then try one of the following:
These are just some of the many video streaming collections available online.
To find additional video online, try searching one of the many video search engines listed on this Comprehensive Search Engine List.
A new online educational resource for learning about addiction directly from people who have experienced it. The Project team includes Rachel Tester (Principal Investigator), Dr Helen Moriarty & Dr Maria Stubbe (Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice, University of Otago Wellington). The resource is available on the AkoAotearoa website.
Ovid has now introduced multimedia functionality to the OvidSP database platform. Videos and images from a range of books and Lippincott Williams & Wilkins journals are now available for searching together with Ovid databases.
The Library has access to some online Anatomy and Physiology resources
Anatomy & Physiology Online and Primal Pictures Anatomy (Anatomy TV) are available through the Ovid interface:
This collection defines and explores today’s latest medical progress in health and wellness issues and their impact on society-- with hundreds of premium documentaries, profiles, reports, and interviews.
A streaming service that provides access to video content sourced from leading suppliers. The Speaking from Experience series - patients and carers talking about particular conditions - is available through this service.
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