Sunday, November 6, 2011

Mobile device compatibility for Commercial Videos – November 6, 2011

NJVID is in the process of  introducing  additional streaming bit rates for Commercial videos which will enable users to view them on mobile devices such as  iPads and iPhones. The following videos were updated with new datastreams to enable mobile device compatibility.

Films Media Group Collection:

  1. Acutely anxious
  2. Aesthetics: philosophy of the arts
  3. Anatomy of prejudice: Jane Elliott's seminar on race
  4. Balancing learning standards with students' diverse learning needs
  5. Beautiful minds: Part II: The Einstein effect
  6. Becoming me: the gender within
  7. Black money
  8. Classical Greek philosophy
  9. Conflict
  10. Continental philosophy
  11. Economic development: a global challenge
  12. Emily Dickinson
  13. Energy and resources
  14. Environmental issues and human impact
  15. Epistemology: what we can know
  16. Exploring the cosmos
  17. Fatherhood
  18. Global exchange: free trade and protectionism
  19. Goal-setting and action-planning
  20. Going green: real-world solutions for the environment
  21. Haiku: in Basho's footsteps
  22. Health news and interviews: mental health and the human mind video clips
  23. Henrik Ibsen: the master playwright
  24. Herman Melville: Bartleby the scrivener
  25. Immortal Ibsen
  26. In languages we live: voices of the world
  27. India: working to end child labor
  28. Information literacy: the perils of online research
  29. International trade
  30. Introductions and definitions
  31. Issues of Latino identity: the yearning to be...
  32. Johann Sebastian Bach: a documentary portrait
  33. John Updike: A & P
  34. Judging clothing workmanship
  35. Kenneth Branagh's Twelfth night
  36. Kurt Vonnegut: so it goes
  37. Learning about rheumatoid arthritis
  38. Matisse and Picasso
  39. Measles
  40. Media hype: when news coverage goes too far
  41. Metalloids
  42. Metaphysics: what there is
  43. Nuestra familia, our family. Part 1
  44. Nuestra familia, our family. Part 2
  45. Obeying or resisting authority: a psychological retrospective
  46. Outbreak in America: when the flu pandemic hits home
  47. Outbreak in Asia: how a flu pandemic is born
  48. Pneumococcal disease
  49. Professional image
  50. Racial stereotypes in the media
  51. Richard Wagner
  52. Sacred spirit: the Lakota Sioux, past and present
  53. Science in everyday life: genetics video clips
  54. Science in everyday life: health and wellness video clips, part 1
  55. Science in everyday life: journey of the invisible video clips
  56. Science in everyday life: physical science video clips
  57. Seeing the light
  58. Self-harm
  59. Sexual stereotypes
  60. Shakespeare: drama's DNA
  61. Shell shock: the failure of corporate ethics
  62. Skin
  63. Smell
  64. Space invaders: strategies for life in a crowd
  65. Spirits of the state: Yasukuni shrine
  66. Spiritual India: a guide to Jainism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism
  67. Stabilization policy for a small open economy
  68. Stones and bones: the birth of archaeology
  69. Strategic learning
  70. Sunflowers
  71. Super staph: invincible bacteria?
  72. Tennessee Williams and the American South
  73. Testing the limits of possibility: massive dams and waterworks
  74. The Andalusian epic: Islamic Spain
  75. The Arabs make their entrance: Islam and empire
  76. The Common school: 1770-1890
  77. The Copenhagen interpretation: quantum physics vs. relativity
  78. The Islamic wave
  79. The Italian Renaissance
  80. The Jayson Blair story: favoritism and plagiarism at The New York Times
  81. The Meiji period (1868-1912)
  82. The Muslim town: urban life under the caliphate
  83. The addicted brain
  84. The age of the shoguns (1600-1868)
  85. The age of viruses
  86. The amazing mole
  87. The battle for Islam
  88. The battle for the language of the Bible
  89. The beauty backlash
  90. The beginnings: the Greeks and Romans
  91. The conquest of Mexico
  92. The dark reaction
  93. The feudal system
  94. The fluid transport system
  95. The future of theater: but is it art?
  96. The global dimension: the risks of globalization
  97. The global marketplace: the benefits of globalization
  98. The global neighborhood: what can happen with globalization
  99. The great wave
  100. The history of computers
  101. The history of money
  102. The history of the European Monetary Union
  103. The interpretation of dreams
  104. The job interview for people with disabilities
  105. The kiss
  106. The love lab: putting marriages back together
  107. The magic mirror
  108. The market mechanism
  109. The new generation: Vietnamese-Americans today
  110. The night watch
  111. The poisoned dream: the love canal nightmare
  112. The secrets of the human body: Islam's contributions to medicine
  113. The seeds of a new era
  114. The summoning of everyman
  115. The thousand and one nights: a historical perspective
  116. The timber mafia: the economics of deforestation
  117. They surveyed the world: exploring the Arab empire and beyond
  118. Through a child's eyes: views of global poverty
  119. Tillie Olsen discusses "I stand here ironing"
  120. Time for school: the global education crisis
  121. Time management
  122. Toni Morrison uncensored
  123. Ulema and philosophers: faith vs. reason in Islamic Arabia
  124. Understanding bacteria
  125. Understanding learning disabilities
  126. Understanding mental illness and schizophrenia
  127. Understanding the dream world: moving beyond Freud
  128. Unequal education
  129. Viruses
  130. Voices of disposable people
  131. Water for profit
  132. Water for the cities
  133. Water for the fields
  134. Waters of discord
  135. When journalism gets a black eye: scandals and the fourth estate
  136. Whose plants are they, anyway?
  137. Why we buy what we buy
  138. Why we do what we do
  139. William Faulkner
  140. Women and Islam
  141. World War II
  142. Yukio Mishima: samurai writer

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