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mediaCONNECT Login
The first time you will need to login with your id number xx.xx.xxxx, then you'll be asked for your email address. After you enter your email address, you will be able to use it for logging in every time thereafter. Please contact Lee Sweet at 315-433-2647 or lsweet@ocmboces.org if you have forgotten your id or need one.

Username:         Password:          Click here for a tutorial on how to use mediaCONNECT or here for a brochure abour our services!

What is mediaCONNECT?
mediaCONNECT is a collection of physical and streamed media from a variety of sources.

Streamed Resources
- Middle School and High School educators and students have access to streaming media from Discovery Streaming, NBC Archives, Learn 360, VITAL, Soundzabound, and our own collection of streamed videos.

- Elementary educators have access to Learn 360, VITAL, Soundzabound, and our own collection of streamed videos.

Physical Resources
- Educators are available to borrow physical media such as DVDs, VHS tapes, audio books, photo collections, sheet music, and much more!

mediaCONNECT is an invaluable instructional resource for your teachers and students!

For more information about the mediaCONNECT service, please contact:
 
Amy Spath
E-Learning Coordinator
aspath@cnyric.org
(315) 433-8332
Lee Sweet
Media Scheduling
lsweet@ocmboces.org
(315) 433-2647
Chris Kaleta
Library Media Specialist
ckaleta@ocmboces.org
(315) 431-8554
Eric Smith
Film Inspector
esmith@ocmboces.org
(315) 431-8573

 

Watch this new video to learn about the basics of mediaCONNECT.

Watch here for upcoming professional development opportunities!

 Any participating schools may request that a program be recorded from any of the Time Warner Cable channels except for those listed as Pay-Per-View or Premium.

How do I request that a program be recorded (i.e., off-air taping)?

- First, get the details of the program that you want recorded. For information on potential programs, look at some listings HERE.
- For a complete listing of available channels click HERE.
- Once you have found the program you want recorded fill out a request form. Filling out the form completely makes it easier to get the recording set up.
- Please make your requests 24 hours prior to the shows air time. If the show is airing in less than 24 hours please contact Eric Smith - esmith@ocmboces.org 315-431-8573 to ensure we can setup the recording for you.
 
 
Guidelines for Off-Air Recording (Recording Broadcast Programming)

 
 
Check out these great free resources to videos, learning about copyright and other media related topics!

Common Sense Media

Graphite - Common Sense Media's new free service designed to help K-12 educators discover, use, and share the best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula for your classrooms.

Regents Review Live!

ArtBabble For Educators

Annenberg Learner

Free Teacher Resources from Discovery

History for Music Lovers YouTube Channel

U.S. National Archives YouTube Channel

Soundzabound Royalty Free "Free Music"

7
 Outstanding Web resources for Teachers and Student to Learn about Copyright Issues

Teaching Channel Videos

Additional resources coming soon....
 


 

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