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Using Streaming Video in Teaching: Vendor Collections

This Faculty Tool-Kit Guide provides basic information on requesting streaming video and how to use this media in your classes. It also includes links to Alkek Library streaming video collections and streaming video available for free on the web.

Streaming Video Databases

Click here for the full list of Streaming Video databases.

Check the "Permitted Uses" and "Terms of Use" on each individual database page for specifics.

Help with Streaming

General information about Streaming Media Collections:

Ordering Streaming Video:

Streaming Video in your Classes:

 

Vendor Collections

Films on Demand (FOD) collections cover Anthropology, Archival Films & Newsreels, Area Studies, Art & Architecture, Biology, Business & Economics, Careers & Job Search, Communication, Criminal Justice & Law, Earth Science, Education, Engineering, English & Language Arts, Environmental Science, Family & Consumer Sciences, Geography, Guidance & Counseling, Health & Medicine, History, Mathematics, Music & Dance, Philosophy & Religion, Physical Science, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Technical & Trade Education, Technology & Society, and World Languages. Films are closed captioned.  FOD Terms of Use.

The </>Embed option can also be used if you'd like to display the play screen as in the example below for The Medicated Child. You can use the Title URL below the film's screen to post videos for your class, post a link, or email to your students. You may also create a personal login to save favorite video segments or playlists with custom URLs for use in lesson plans or TRACS.

A working url to an FOD video should always begin with http://libproxy.txstate.edu/login?url= 

The Library has access to a number of collections from Alexander Street Press (ASP) covering American History, Area Studies, Art & Architecture, Asian Film, Black Studies, Business & Economics, Counseling & Therapy, Criminal Justice & Public Safety, Current Affairs, Dance, Education, Environmental Studies, Ethnic Studies, Ethnography, Fashion Studies, Film Studies, Gay & Lesbian Studies, Global Business & Economics, Health, Humanities, Music, Opera, Philosophy, Psychology, Rehabilitation Therapy, Religion & Science, Sports Medicine & Exercise Science, Theatre, Women's & Gender Studies, World History, and World Languages & Literature. Also included are special collections for The March of TimeMeet the Press, and top producers like BBC, PBS, A&E, and Filmakers Library. ASP Terms of Use

The <>Embed/Link option can also be used if you'd like to Embed the play screen as in the example below for Jean Piagiet: Memory and Intelligence. You can use the Permlink below the film's screen to post videos for your class, post a link, or email to your students. You may also create a personal login to save favorite video segments or playlists with custom URLs for use in lesson plans or TRACS. TRACS does not support embedded videos from this provider. Permalinks must be used instead.

A working url to an ASP video should always begin with http://libproxy.txstate.edu/login?url=. You may also create a personal login to create playlists and clips.



The Library has access to a number of collections from Ambrose Video Collection (AVC), covering Core Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Meteorology, and Physics; multicultural achievements in America; Great Authors; Global Warming and titles like: Ascent of Man; BBC Shakespeare Plays; Turning Points in US History (16th-21st centuries); America's National Monuments. AVC Terms of Use

The View Permalink and Embedding Information link will show the code to use to display the play screen as in the example below for The Ascent of Man, Part 1. You can use the Permanent Shortcut url to share videos with your class, post a link, or email to your students. A working url to an AVC video should always begin with http://libproxy.txstate.edu/login?url= as in the example below. You may also create a personal login to create playlists and clips. You may also create a personal login to save favorite video segments or playlists with custom URLs for use in lesson plans or TRACS.

Kanopy

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