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Streaming Media: Streaming Media Databases
A guide to streaming video and media resources at the Jennings Library
Watch documentaries, instructional videos, newsreels, performances, and more from a wide variety of disciplines, including business, humanities, social science, and science.
This streaming video database from Alexander Street Press includes thousands of award-winning films, including Academy® and Emmy® winners, the most frequently used films for classroom instruction, newly-released films, and archival material previously unavailable. Faculty and students will find content in Academic Video Online to meet their learning, teaching, and research interest in the following areas and more: art, architecture, business, counseling and therapy, dance, economics, education, ethnic studies, ethnography, gay and lesbian studies, health, history, humanities, law and public safety, literature, opera, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion, science, theatre, and women’s studies.
View streaming documentaries, educational videos, newsreels and interviews from a wide variety of disciplines, including films from BBC, NOVA, PBS, and TEDTalks.
Special features allow users the ability to organize and bookmark clips, create and share playlists, personalize folders, and manage their entire collection through a robust administrative reporting system.
Offers more than 70 foreign language and English as a second language courses, including specialty courses like Medical Spanish; also features Mango Premiere, a program to teach language through full-length international films.
Accessible through the library website as well as mobile apps for Apple and Android devices.
Science Zone is free app from the National Science Foundation with streaming videos about cutting-edge discoveries in science, engineering, technology and math. Science Zone radio and news about current research are also available on the NSF website.