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The Garden State has taken a most welcome step with the creation of NJViD. NJVid is a statewide video portal and repository that provides " a common online platform for presentation, storage and archive of digital works that educate and enlighten their audiences." It's a real cornucopia on this site, as visitors can look over a video that describes the rebirth of Newark from 1987 and an in-depth documentary about the state's Pine Barrens region. Visitors may wish to stop on by the "About" area to get answers to questions about NJVid, and after that, they should make a beeline to the homepage. Here they can browse the videos by subject heading (which run from "art" to "technology") and also browse by contributing organization. For institutions interested in creating a like-minded project, there's the "Documentation" section, which includes minutes from their working groups, project teams, and so on. Finally, visitors can also stop by their wiki in the "Contribute" area and also learn about submitting relevant videos for inclusion on the site.
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