Library rolls out YouTube channel

Just in time for the academic year, the Library has rolled out our new YouTube channel. At RegentULibrary, you will find three types of content:

  1. Research tutorials made by Library faculty and staff.
  2. Official database instructional videos posted on YouTube by our vendors (e.g. EBSCO, ProQuest, JSTOR).
  3. Archives of important events held at the Library (e.g. Constitution Day, Holocaust Remembrance Day, The Living Word).

We currently have 29 original videos on the channel and will be adding more in the coming months. If you have a research topic you would like us to address on the channel, let us know.

Subscribe to the channel.

If you have a YouTube account, please subscribe to our channel. Subscribers receive automatic notification when we upload new videos or create new playlists. Also, don’t forget to “like” any of our videos you find informative.

Here is the welcome video on the homepage:

(Montage by Jason Stuart)

The Library’s YouTube channel is a work-in-progress, and we welcome your comments and suggestions. Please use our Comments or Suggestions Form or contact Harold Henkel at harohen@regent.edu.