The SFS Video Library
SFS has created a collection of short video clips for use in teaching and outreach. A collaborative effort between the SFS Conservation and Environmental Issues Committee and Freshwaters Illustrated, the SFS Video Library features over twenty short video clips that illustrate aquatic habitat and organisms, focusing on benthic stream environments. These clips can be easily incorporated into computer presentations, such as Powerpoint slide shows, to provide more engaging and dynamic educational content for teaching and outreach.
To purchase the SFS Video Library, send a $25 check or money order made out to 'the Society for Freshwater Science' to:
Dept of Biology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Technical questions about the library can be addressed to email@example.com"
* Videos require Quicktime (but note that the final library will be in mpeg format, and readable by all types of media players, including Powerpoint). If you have problems playing, make sure you have the latest Quicktime version (6.0).
** The high quality versions are worth the wait, but not recommended for dial-up connections
QuickTime and the QuickTime Logo are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. The Get QuickTime Badge is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc., used with permission.
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