Research tip: De Gruyter and its publishing partners are providing free access to 115 eBooks and 13 journals pertaining to Ukraine and Russia in European history, International Relations, Law, Modern History, Political Science, Slavic Literature, Sociology until 30 June 2022.
On the Kanopy platform you can watch 15,000 documentaries and award-winning international films in the social sciences, global studies, business, media and communications, health, and more. Some titles featuring Ukraine: Nation on Fire, The Unfolding Ukraine-Russia Crisis or Earth.
The CEU Library and the Visual Studies Platform are pleased to offer a six-session, introductory podcasting workshop in the Library’s Audio Lab. For more information and to apply, see Podcasting: a beginner’s workshop. After completing this training users are certified to use the Audio Lab in the future. Instructors: Thomas Aichinger, Audio Education Specialist; Peter Kollreider, Audio Storyteller. Workshop dates: April 20 – June 1, Evenings.
Research tip: for a deeper look into the history of Ukraine and how it affects the present, CEU Press has made 10 relevant CEU Press titles freely available to the world on the Project MUSE platform.
How to navigate what’s real news about Russia’s attack on Ukraine, and what’s not. Lists of knowledgeable journalists, experts and activists. Seek Ukrainian voices when you can. Be aware of the “authority” of your source and speaker.
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