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October 1995, Week 5


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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 30 Oct 1995 14:15:40 CST
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SCREENsite is a World Wide Web site devoted to the study of film, video,
television, and related media:
Some of the resources SCREENsite offers include:
* Course syllabi and other course-related materials
* A directory of film/TV educators' e-mail addresses
* A listing of film/video festivals (from UFVA) that encourage student
* Information on college-level teaching jobs and a resume service
* A directory of mail-order video sources
* Links to dozens of college film/TV/media programs
* Links to film studios and television networks
* Information on film/TV journals and other publications
SCREENsite is associated with SCREEN-L, the e-mail discussion
group.  Information on SCREENsite is reqularly posted to SCREEN-L.
Both SCREENsite and SCREEN-L are sponsored by the Telecommunication
and Film Department, the University of Alabama.  Other support
provided by the Seebeck Computer Center, and the Division of
Student Affairs, the University of Alabama.
Jeremy Butler
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Telecommunication & Film/University of Alabama/Tuscaloosa
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