Monday, April 11, 2016

"How the Earth Changed History" as Video Pick of the Week (11-16 April 2016)

In observance of Month of Planet Earth (Proclamation No. 1482, s. 2008), the Libraries proudly presents, How the Earth Changed History, a film directed by Nigel Walk, as Video Pick of the Week. It will run from 11-16 April 2016 at the TV corner, The Learning Commons, 6th floor, Henry Sy Sr. Hall.

​"​This groundbreaking series, from the team behind Earth: the biography, reveals the epic tale of how the forces of the Earth have shaped human civilization. With passionate storytelling and extraordinary HD camerawork, this engaging and visually stunning series combines bold ideas with new science to form an original version of human history" (from WorldCat).
Video Pick of the Week  is an initiative to promote media literacy in the academic community. It also aims to promote the audiovisual collection of the Instructional Media Services (IMS) of the Libraries.

For inquiries, you may Chat with LORA, send an email to, or contact Mr. Joseph M. Yap, IMS Coordinator, at local 370.


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  2. This video pick of the week is one of the best. It is a detailed topic itself that how earth changed history but a lot of people just don’t understand and realize its importance. Rather than associating the words of monotonous and dull with history, it is important to comprehend the subject as interesting and intriguing. Explore various topics and learn how things have emerged as they are today, what are the reasons behind it. People enrolled for life experience degree programs were given this task to explore various topics of history and note the difference that they can point today and in comparison. A lot of people. It is important to stay connected with the history to understand topics better.