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With approximately 300 collections composed of over 2.5 million images (and growing), scholars can examine wide-ranging material such as Native American art from the Smithsonian, treasures from the Louvre, and panoramic, 360-degree views of the Hagia Sophia in a single, easy-to-use resource.
Google Arts & Culture is an online platform through which the public can view high-resolution images and videos of artworks and cultural artifacts from partner cultural organizations throughout the world.
Award winning series of short videos allowing visitors to virtually visit six of the most iconic examples of art and architecture at The Met. Allows users to change their viewpoint throughout the videos. Recommend with sound on, the Cloisters are especially calming if you are in a meditative mood while the Arms and Armor can help fire you up to charge on.
An interactive exhibit across time, continents and cultures allowing users to discover objects from the British Musem. Travel back and forth through time across diverse cultures and listen to curators share their insights on pieces from Saharan rock art to Viking bone pins.
Learn a new language from Mango Languages--even how to speak like a pirate! Choose from more than 70 languages, including Latin American Spanish and English for speakers of other languages. Access Mango via your computer or download an app to your mobile device.
Check out our collection of e-resources, like Rosetta Stone,Value Line Database, and EBSCO's MasterFILE. While most of these resources are available to you remotely, some of them may require your library card number for access.
Lots of things here still accessible to residents of Orange County. If you live in Orange County but don't have a library card, you can now get one online and then take advantage of all these resources.
The Osceola Library System opened with three small branches and a total book collection of 70,000 volumes. Today, the Library boasts six branches, a collection of over 275,000 volumes, and serves over 120,000 library customers.
Article listing several links to libraries that are available for video tours. Including Admont Abbey Library, world's largest monastic library, and the Puratos Sourdough Library, largest collection of sourdough starters.
The Maktabet Eskendereya is a modern day reincarnation of the famed lost Library of Alexandria. Like its inspiration, it is located in the city of Alexandria, Egypt and features shelf space for eight million books, four museums, four art galleries, a planetarium, and a manuscript restoration laboratory. The building itself is composed of a partial glass roof and walls of granite inscribed with characters from 120 different languages.
DigiVatLib is a digital library service. It provides free access to the Vatican Library’s digitized collections: manuscripts, incunabula, archival materials and inventories as well as graphic materials, coins and medals, printed materials (special projects).
Open air library featuring koi ponds, jungle gym, gardens, and resident chickens in Hanoi, Vietnam. Waste from the koi pond gets used as fertilizer for the gardens, Very short video highlights these interesting and beautiful features. (Note video is not interacive but still interesting.)
LinkedIn Learning is a leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology, and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Explore over 12,000 courses and 5,000 video tutorials from industry experts and leaders all in one place. LinkedIn Learning is available to all UCF students, faculty, and staff.