Thursday, June 23, 2016

Learn how to sign up for & use your New York Times account: #Free Webinars 6/30

CSM Students, Staff, and Faculty: 

You are invited to attend The New York Times monthly webinar series, Thursday, June 30, 2016.

During the 3-part series we will demonstrate the pass activation process, tour the Times website, and introduce participants to The New York Times in Education website, a resource designed to help educators incorporate Times content into their curriculum.

Register below for each session you would like to attend. You will receive a confirmation email with a ‘Join webinar’ link and an ‘Add to Calendar’ option for Outlook and Google calendars.

The confirmation email will contain the webinar dial-in number, though you may also listen through the speakers on your computer.

We encourage you to join the webinar 2-3 minutes early, as our meeting platform GoToWebinar will install a plug-in for your internet browser (once installed, you may be prompted to grant permission for the plug-in to run).

We look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you may have.

Thursday, June 30th 

Webinar 1: 8:00 AM – 8:15 AM Pacific
The New York Times; Activating an Academic Pass
To register, click: 8am Webinar RSVP

Webinar 2: 10:00 AM – 10:20 AM Pacific
The New York Times; Site Demo and Navigation
To register, click: 10am Webinar RSVP

Webinar 3: 11:00 AM - 11:20 AM EST
The New York Times; Education Website (This webinar is for faculty only)
To register, click: 11am Webinar RSVP

Thank you,

Adam Ritter
Education Manager
The New York Times

Sunday, June 5, 2016

551 videos added to Films on Demand during May!

New Titles Notification

Account: College of San Mateo
Number of New Titles: 551
We are pleased to announce the new titles that were added to your On Demand subscription over the past month.
  • ✔ View your newly added titles: Click here to view a full list of the new titles just added to your collection.

Featured Video

Germany: One Night in Cologne

A mob sexual assault on young women during a New Year’s Eve celebration snapped Germany’s tolerance of mass migration. In this film, hear from victims of the attack and a lawyer who represents 125 men accused of theft. Examine conflicting views toward asylum seekers and refugees, and the impact of the attacks on German consciousness.

Viewer discretion is advised. Some language in this video may be offensive.

Library card account required to view video.