digital moving image formats
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Videos created by Fredrick Zydek include readings of his writings, the history of Metropolitan Community Church of Omaha (MCC Omaha), family history, LGBT topics such as “Native American Gay History,” and other videos reflecting Zydek’s interests. All videos are available for viewing from Zydek’s YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMoroni12 as of February 10, 2017.
This collection includes discs of every UNO Hockey contest from the inaugural season, 1997-98, through 2012-13. There are 15 spindles of DVDs and two hard drives. The hard drives include games from 2010-11 through 2012-13. Power sources for the hard drives are also included.
The papers of Josie Metal-Corbin document her career as a professor at UNO, choreographer, and dancer. The collection includes photographs, videos, documents, and other material. Most of the material in this accession is digital in format and was transferred on an external harddrive, 9 flash drives, and 76 DVDs.
The Omaha Covid-19 collection was created to document the experiences of the Omaha community during the covid-19 pandemic. The collection includes paper and digital materials from muliple donors. Contributers include Omaha businesses, Omaha community members, and UNO. Currently, the collection includes materials from 2020 to the present, as of February 10th, 2021, but collection is ongoing and will continue to grow. Some of the digital materials are available at covid19Omaha.omeka.net.
The collection of documentary films, unedited video interviews, and supporting documents for the Omaha Public Schools Making Invisible Histories Visible program for the 2017-2018 summer programs document music genres in Omaha. Topics include jazz, hip hop, funk, polka, women in indie music, Mexican American music, and music of new immigrants to the U.S. The 2019 projects were about some of Omaha's neighborhoods.
Omaha University vs Drake University Football Game, November 10, 1965, November 10, 1965, February 10, 2016
Opening Ceremony for the Omaha display of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt at the Omaha Civil Auditorium. Ceremony includes welcomes, choral performances, reading of names, and unfurling of quilt sections. Quilt sections are displayed on the floor of the arena with others hung on the hockey glass.
Digital pPhotos and videos shot by the UNO campus photographers between 2012 and March 2016. The media files document the UNO campus, events, and people with formal and informal individuals and groups.