The Media Education Foundation’s Media Studies and Communication video collection is now available through the FGCU Library for students, faculty and staff. This collection contains about 75 films covering topics including advertising and marketing, gender, race, sexuality, music, and cultural studies. Many of the titles included have been well-used in our DVD collection, so this streaming collection will allow those titles to be viewed from anywhere with an internet connection without inflicting damage to a disc or waiting for anything to be returned.
Advertising and the End of the World
The Codes of Gender: Identity and Performance in Pop Culture
DreamWorlds 3:Desire, Sex & Power in Music Video
Killing Us Softly 4: Advertising’s Image of Women
Toxic Sludge is Good for You
Professors- streaming videos are great for online courses or assigned viewing outside of class time!
The collection can also be accessed by visiting the Databases page of the library website (http://fgcu.libguides.com/az.php) and selecting “Videos” from the list of database types drop-down menu.