It's interesting that you sent this, I was just previewing one of the titles
from this company tonight. A branch in our system sent me several titles from
this company requesting they be added to our collection. Like you said, there
was really nothing about them on their web-site (although there was more
information on their web site than on the tapes themselves).
WorldCat didn't provide me with much information either. I couldn't help it,
my curiosity got the best of me so I quickly previewed one tape (called "The
United Nations"). It wasn't bad, but it wasn't exceptional either. I'm still
not sure of its targeted audience or age group after watching it.
Anyone else have better luck with this company?
Mike Boedicker wrote:
> Several months ago Becky Tatar asked about the company Educational
> Clearinghouse and no response was ever posted on the list, so I thought I'd
> ask again. Has anyone ordered from them? They offer free videos on a
> variety of topics and charge only s&h. Their website has nothing about who
> they are or how they can offer free videos. Some of the titles sound
> interesting for public library use, but I'm suspicious if they're free.
> <br><br><br>Mike Boedicker
> Audiovisual Director & Webmaster
> Danville Public Library
> 319 N. Vermilion, Danville, IL 61832
> (217) 477-5223 ext. 123 / Fax: (217) 477-5230
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