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LinkedIn Learning offers training videos that cover a wide range of software, business and creative skills, from 3D animation to web development. Content is added on a weekly basis so that the videos covering the latest version of the software are available. You can choose to watch short videos to provide a quick solution or follow an entire course. There are currently over 1,500 courses and over 85,000 individual tutorials. Tutorials are presented by top professionals with an ability to share their knowledge and industry experience.
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Poetry Review is the magazine of The Poetry Society, edited by the poet Emily Berry. Founded in 1912, shortly after the establishment of the Society, previous editors have included such poets as Muriel Spark, Adrian Henri, Andrew Motion and Maurice Riordan.
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Source Creative is the world's leading online creative tool and resource for the broadcast advertising industry. The top production companies, ad agencies, post houses, visual effects shops, music studios and animation companies contribute to an archive of TV spots & credits, music videos and web videos that numbers in the hundreds of thousands. Shots offers detailed insight into the craft of advertising and inspiring opinions from the creative community and are committed to discovering and promoting the stars of the industry's future. To access Shots log into Source Creative and select Shots from the menu on the left hand side. Contact library@aub.ac.uk from your AUB email account for the username and password.
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The first comprehensive, international collection that covers all aspects of theatre from production and design to performance, from the 17th century through to the present day, including, set design, lighting design, sound design, costume design, makeup, and more. Includes full video performances from the National Theatre, BroadwayHD and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
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