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How do I access BYUGLE?

I need to watch a film and also a video clip for my class. My instructor said they will be available through the library streaming video service called BYUgle.
What is BYUgle? Where do i find it? What does it include?
Last Updated: Jan 13, 2017  |  41 Views

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WANT TO WATCH CAMPUS STREAMING VIDEO? CHECK OUT BYUGLE

Byugle

Byugle is BYU's on campus media player. It streams video recordings of educational, informational and entertainment presentations across campus (NOT AVAILABLE OFF CAMPUS). 

You can find videos as diverse as campus lectures about cancer cures, Joseph Smith Lecture series, Ken Burns Jazz History series and Brandon Sanderson talking about his authorship.

You can also  watch  lectures delivered in the Harold B. Lee Library including: the English Reading Series, House of Learning Lectures, Special Collections presentations, and many, many more.

There are 46 different genres of videos to choose from.

How do I login to BYUGLE?  Library homepage > Login using your BYU NETID and password >  Click "Video" in the side menu bar > Enter the title, director or other identifying search terms.

Note:  Firefox sometimes does not download - Use Google Chrome


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