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The library subscribes to several streaming video packages and all of them can be added in your Canvas course. To find them, either go directly to the streaming video database of choice or use Primo to search across collections. To search Primo, select Advanced Search, and choose Subject contains and limit Material Type to Video/Film
Then, under Availability, limit to Available Online for streaming videos
Provides access to quality filmed stage productions, including those from The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Globe Theatre, and The Old Vic Theatre. Not only Shakespeare productions but also contemporary plays and musicals. In addition, there are interviews, study guides, and teachers' support revealing the world of the rehearsal room, dressing room, backstage and beyond.
To view the available films, scroll to the bottom of the main page and click "About Us." Then click "Table of Contents."
Films which represent the basis of modern cinematic technique and film theory. Carefully curated with ASP’s Video Advisory Board, the database covers silent features, serials, and shorts from the 1890s to the 1930s.
Sports Medicine and Exercise Science in Video is the most extensive video collection ever assembled in the areas of fitness and health assessment, disease management, injury treatment, nutrition, medical fitness, sport science, work-site wellness, exercise adherence, and much more.
Academic Video Online (AVON) delivers more than 62,000 video titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film and more. AVON includes every kind of video material available with curricular relevance: documentaries, interviews, performances, news programs and newsreels, field recordings, commercials, and raw footage. Users will find thousands of award-winning films, including Academy®, Emmy®, and Peabody® winners as well as the most frequently used films for classroom instruction, plus newly released films and previously unavailable archival material.