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DePaul Humanities Center creates video library

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As the university community settles in to a spring quarter like we've never experienced before, the DePaul Humanities Center has created a video library of its past events, available on the center's YouTube channel. The videos, which consist of more than 100 hours of recording, can be used by faculty as a resource for remote instruction, or simply enjoyed by audiences.

DePaul Humanities Center staff also are available to work with faculty one-on-one to create “à la carte" samplings of our programming. From dance theory to rethinking classic novels to the ethics and aesthetics of food-production, staff in the center can make a video playlist for you.

We look forward to seeing you back at our live events in the future. Until then, make sure to check out our YouTube channel.

For information about developing a video playlist and how the DHC can help you with remote instruction, please contact Alecia Person. Good luck with these new challenges and stay safe.