Join ACRL-OR for the free webinar, “Free Film Studies Resources for Academic Libraries,” at 11 am PST Friday, January 29. The webinar will be presented by Elizabeth Peterson, University of Oregon. See below for a full description.
Registration is open to all library staff, but we are limited to 100 attendees in the session, so register soon by clicking this link.
The webinar will be uploaded to our YouTube channel following the presentation. All registrants will receive an emailed link to the recording as well.
Free Film Studies Resources for Academic Libraries
This presentation will introduce a variety of freely available resources for U.S. film studies. Participants will learn about finding credible background information on films, digital collections of primary sources, open access scholarly journals, and streaming video.
Presenter: Elizabeth Peterson is a Humanities Librarian and subject specialist for Cinema Studies, Comparative Literature, and Theater Arts at the University of Oregon, where she has worked since 2006. She has a MLIS is from San Jose State University, a M.A. in English/Film Studies from the University of Oregon, and a B.A. in Comparative Literature from University of California, Santa Cruz. She is co-creator and editor of the Oregon Theater Project (otp.uoregon.edu), a digital humanities project that documents the history of film exhibition and moviegoing in Oregon.
Questions about our webinars can be directed to ACRL-Oregon President Rachel Bridgewater at firstname.lastname@example.org.