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O'Reilly for Higher Education and O'Reilly for Public Libraries
O´Reilly for Higher Education and O'Reilly for Public Libraries contains videos in IT and business from publishers like Cisco, Microsoft, O´Reilly, Pearson and Wiley.
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Video Information Page
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A video description. For select titles, there will also be resources such as links to the publisher’s website and access to supplemental content.
Video player page
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For select titles there will be a video transcript available.