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edutopia

Audio Visual Options We’re always looking for free/low cost audio-visual materials for graduate students and faculty. Recently we re-visited edutopia, and came across a number of teacher education videos. They’re free to download (or embed) from edutopia’s website or through

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Screencasts

We’ve just updated our screencasts. These are short video clips (1-3 minutes) that explain how to do things in the Library, such as using the advanced search function, finding a journal article, or renewing a book through your library account.

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Irma Black Award: Video Clips

Two Bank Street School for Children students discuss their favorite Irma Black Award books. The First is Dan Yaccarino’s “All the Way to America.” The second is “A New Year’s Reunion,” written by Yu Li-Qiong and illustrated by Zhu Cheng-Liang.

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APA: YouTube Videos

How to Cite YouTube Videos Last week I was asked how to cite a YouTube video. It’s pretty easy really but there are some little tricks. Reference Lists First, look for the person or entity that made the video, in

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Crayola

This is just for fun. Enjoy!

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Lisa Von Drasek: SLJ Day of Dialog

Bank Street College of Education children’s librarian Lisa Von Drasek and fellow panelist, authors: Tim Green, Robie Harris, Rebecca Stead and Gennifer Choldenko discuss “The Care and Feeding of Tweens: Who are they, where are they, and what do they

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Librarians do Gaga

Got a few minutes? Relax and enjoy this video of  librarians at University of Washington’s Information School having fun.

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Happy New Year! Here is a snapshot of Morningside Park during these cold and snowy days. The Library is now on its regular semester schedule! But don’t forget, we are closed, Monday, January 15th, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Taylor. Happy Winter! Bank Street Library wishes everyone a wondrous winter. Pass the time by reading a magnificent book! Remember: Bank Street closes at 5:00 pm on December 22, and remains closed until January 2nd, when we resume our normal semester hours (8:30 AM to 9:45 PM, M-Th, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, F, and 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Sat.) #winterreading #winterbreak @bankstreetlibrary In December, Bank Street Library highlights our Early Readers and Series Book collections. Come and check out the display. #youcancheckoutthesebooks #readatanyage @bankstreetlibrary December 1st is World AIDS Day. Transparency, Accountability, and Partnership. @bankstreetlibrary #worldsaidsday2017 #awareness Happy Thanksgiving from the Bank Street Library! Remember on Wednesday 11/22 the library is open 9am-5pm. We are closed Thursday 11/23, Friday 11/24, and Saturday 11/24. We are always closed on Sunday. We will resume our normal schedule on Monday, 11/27. Have a great break everyone! #bankstreetlibrary #bankstreet #celebrate #happythanksgiving Thank you to all our veterans on this #veteransday. The book, Poppy Lady: Moina Belle Michael and Her Tribute to Veterans is by Barbara Elizabeth Walsh. Need a quiet place to study on a Saturday? Come to the Bank Street Library. We are open 10-5 today. #bankstreet #quietstudyspace New month, new display. Come take a look at our picture book/family stories display for November. Remember, if you give a mouse a cookie, he’s going to ask for a glass of milk! #picturebooks #bankstreetlibrary #bankstreetcollege @lauranumeroff