Did your ancestors live on a rural Mexican rancho? If so, you will want to subscribe to this fabulous YouTube channel. Even those who are not of Mexican descent, but who are just into authentic cooking, culinary history, or experiencing new cultures will want to follow this channel.
This short one-minute video from the Newseum is an excellent example of using archival collections for digital storytelling, and of how special collections can be marketed with very little expense and simple multimedia technologies. The video includes a mix of digitized newspapers, historical images, and other primary source documents.
Examples of how nonprofits (and not-for-profits) can make good use of YouTube. Developed for the “Nonprofits Social Media Toolbox” workshop, Cal State Fullerton Summer School for Nonprofits, July 18, 2013. Regularly updated!
How to add video thumbnails back into your custom YouTube Playlists, since Google discontinued the old custom players a year or so ago. Embedded playlists are great for your LibGuides and web projects.
The Library of Congress officially launched its YouTube channel yesterday. This initial collection includes more than 70 videos, many from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Following is the first moving image ever made, in 1894, a sneeze by Fred Ott.