The Gregg Museum on YouTube & iTunesU:
The Gregg Museum utilizes YouTube and iTunesU to post lectures, special events, and artist interviews. They have both been a great resource for us to bring our programming to a much wider audience. Check us out on the “NCState” YouTube site or on the “artsncstate” page.
Apple offers free distribution of audio and video content for universities and institutions through their iTunes portal under the heading iTunesU. NCSU has a page on iTunesU with several departments and schools already up and running. We are working hard to transfer and format our backlog of lectures, panel discussions, and gallery talks to make them accessible through the site for free and available to anyone and everyone. This is a great opportunity for the Gregg, as it not only allows us to distribute and share content with students, patrons, and other institutions, but it also frees us from worrying about storage and maintenance issues.
iTunes is available for free to download from Apple’s website (www.apple.com). From there you can access content from institutions around the world at no cost to you. One way to find us once you have installed iTunes on your computer is to go to http://itunes.ncsu.edu/ in your web browser and click on “Launch iTunesU” and the program will open with NCSU’s main page. From there you can click on the GMAD icon and easily download audio and video tracks directly to your computer. All of the audio and video content will be formatted to work on any video iPod, but will also play through iTunes or Quicktime on your Mac or PC. Additionally, NC State is now directly linked from the iTunesU main page, which you can access by clicking here.
Gregg Museum Library
The Gregg Museum maintains a collection of books related to its collection that students and scholars are invited to use. Visitors are invited to search our catalog system to review the available holdings. Go to librarything.com/profile/gregglibrary then click the "Your Library" link. To use the books in the library please contact us (919.515.3503 or email@example.com) to make an appointment as the books are kept in a shared meeting space. The library is not part of NC State's library system, and books cannot be checked out. A WolfCopy machine is available in Talley Student Center for making copies at a minimal fee.