TV and Video

NMIT Library provides free access to Qwest TV and ETV, two excellent TV and Video content services. 


Qwest TV(external link)

This new resource provides access to over 1300 concerts and documentary films in jazz, soul, funk, classical and global music.

Co-founded and curated by Quincy Jones, the platform preserves the richness of history, while reflecting the present-day beauty and reality of culturally and racially diverse people.

ETV(external link)

As an NMIT student or staff member you can access this unique service with free live-streaming channels, a library of educational videos and an educational video shop.

It offers over 150,000 educational videos on diverse subject areas (Aquaculture, Horticulture, Media Studies, New Zealand History, Visual Arts). Using an interface that facilitates search under subject, category, sources etc., you can easily find the needed resources.

Using Eva (available via ETV) it is easy to annotate videos to make them an enriched learning experience. Using Elink (available via ETV), users can manage and browse their preferred content and upload their customised videos. You can also request recording and downloading of TV programmes and online videos including YouTube.

Check out the ETV introductory videos(external link).

To access, enter your NMIT email address, as below, on the ETV login(external link) page. You will be automatically signed in (you do not need to enter a password).

*For students this is your @live.nmit.ac.nz email.

*For staff this is your @nmit.ac.nz email.  

 

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