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Streaming Videos

This guide will show you how to search for streaming videos and how to access them, and use them in your online class.

Streaming Video Resources at Gumberg

  • Academic Video Online (AVON) - contains documentaries, interviews, news, and more.
  • AccessPharmacy and AccessMedicine - feature modules, videos, lectures audio recording, and animations of medical procedures and examinations.
  • Adam Matthews Digital Collections - primary sources spanning the the social sciences and humanities from 15th to 21st centuriesthat encourage engagement through Data Visualisation, Video and Oral Histories.
  • JoVE - the Journal of Visualized Experiments. This is a peer-reviewed journal that allows you to view videos of scientific experiments.
  • Kanopy - Offers a wide range of feature films and documentaries from around the world.
  • Music and Dance Online - multimedia resource covers hundreds of genres and a wide range of content formats - including scores, reference, and high definition audio and video.
  • Sage Research Methods - features videos on qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research, among other things.
  • Socialism on Film - the Cold War and international propaganda.

Resources for Free & Legal Streaming Videos

There are many sources for streaming video content available that students can access on their own. For instance, subscription services Netflix and Hulu offer thousands of documentaries, mainstream film titles, and television programs on a streaming basis for an affordable monthly fee that many students likely already pay.

There are also many online sources for free and legal streaming content: