Historical Film and Video

exhibitorAction! Library Media Service

Action! is the academic library’s best resource for acquiring DVD, Blu-ray disc, and -- NEW for 2015 --Streaming Video. We supply Studio Releases, Documentaries, Indies, Foreign films & Instructional Video, with over 85,000 titles listed in our free online catalog. In addition, we provide a search service for hard-to-find or Out of Print titles, and offer Approval Plans, Physical Processing, and MARC Records with orders.


exhibitorParatext

Paratext publishes bibliographic research databases linking to millions of full text scholarly documents and provides information services to the academic, public and special library markets in North America and throughout the world. Reference Universe, 19th Century Masterfile, and Public Documents Masterfile provide a single search across major reference; historical literature; and U.S. federal information. Each offers a compilation of authoritative research resources not found in any other service.


exhibitorMaster Communications/WorldCultureMedia.com

Master Communications features AsiaforKids.com, CultureforKids.com, Discover China and Worlds Together to expand one’s horizon and global connections. WorldCultureMedia.com exists to inspire curious minds. Books, eBooks, music, DVDs and VOD (video on demand) on global culture, global business, documentaries, science, math, language studies, arts, religion, cultural and area studies, anthropology, bilingual, foreign language, ESL, social studies, geography, sociology and history.


exhibitorBi-Folkal Productions, Inc.

"When an old person dies, a library burns." Help your community keep the invaluable stories of its older generation alive with the books and activities by Bi-Folkal Productions.

For nearly 40 years, Bi-Folkal has been offering products for remembering and sharing. Join us as we launch a new digital division, Front Porch Companion.

Stop by our table for current products, a sneak peek at new product development, and giveaways. We look forward to seeing you!


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