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National Film Board CAMPUS Renewal 2017-2018

Response Deadline: 
November 23, 2017

Subscription Term

Begins: 

January 1, 2018

Ends: 

December 31, 2018

Pricing is now available for the NFB CAMPUS license renewing January 1, 2018.

Pricing has increased 3% over 2017.



Updates: 

Updates for 2018

  • The new version of Campus, which was to be rebranded as NFB/ONF Education, did not materialize for 2017. There will be no new development for Campus for 2018 while they focus on launching their NFB Media School.
  • Redevelopment of Campus is slated for 2019.
  • Domain authentication is still on pause.
  • Still adding new releases, with specific focus on indigenous content - approximately 25 titles added each quarter.
  • MARC records are still being tested for RDA compliancy.

Remaining the same

  • Films will still be IP authenticated.
  • Usage statistics will still be provided on a quarterly basis.
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Overview

Description: 

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) has been a trusted educational resource for more than seven decades. Today, thousands of NFB titles in every form and genre—from documentary to animation, feature film to interactive—are instantly available online. We are recognized around the world as a provider of high-quality, well-researched educational productions—productions that rack up millions of views every year.

And now our 21st-century teaching tools are more accessible than ever. Through CAMPUS, educators have an immense bank of innovative teaching resources at their fingertips. Our guides, playlists, chaptering and sharing features allow you to easily integrate media into your lesson plans and tailor lectures to your needs.

CAMPUS can turn any setting into an educational setting. Classrooms, homes, libraries, resource centres, offices and even boardrooms suddenly become places where learning comes to life.

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Technical Support contact:
Phone: 1-800-267-7710
Email: info@nfb.ca

Last updated: November 2, 2017

Terms & Conditions

Additional Information

MARC Records:

Each library is to designate a MARC record contact in their response spreadsheet. This person will be set up with a profile that allows them to download the records at https://www.nfb.ca/education/

Additional library staff can be set up with access to MARC records. They must first create a user profile. Once the profile is set up, the primary eresource contact at the library can write to Chantale Turgeon (C.Turgeon@nfb.ca) with the user’s name and email address, asking that MARC records are activated for their user profile.

Questions?