Webinar explaining how to find the 60,000 videos available to you in the UOC Library

Subject:  Multidisciplinary
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Academic Video Online (AVON) is the UOC Library's streaming platform. It contains documentaries, interviews, news, training videos and recordings of plays and operas, from sources including the BBC, National Geographic, the British Film Institute and the Royal Shakespeare Company. It is the academic equivalent of Netflix.

The videos are multidisciplinary and cover very diverse topics, ranging from current affairs to the history of psychology to programming. You can turn on the transcription and captions in Spanish.

If you want to find out more, join us for a webinar in which we'll present what you can find on this platform and how to use it. Sign up!

To give you some idea of the content you can find there, here are some of the latest videos that have been added to Academic Video Online:

Find more examples of videos from Academic Video Online. 
You can access the platform by entering its name in the Library search engine, or directly from the Search the digital collection by field page. You will need to log in with your Virtual Campus credentials.

Join the webinar to find out about everything the platform has to offer.