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Streaming Video Databases

Academic Video Online: Premium

A multidisciplinary collection that allows cross-searching across all subjects or searching within selected disciplines. Most videos include interactive transcripts and the ability to create custom clips and playlists (with account).

Films on Demand (FMG)

A select collection of mostly education videos, as well as some arts, social issue and research titles. Includes individual chapters and an option to create clips and playlists (with account). All videos include a closed caption option and interactive transcripts.

Kanopy Streaming Media

Kanopy is a multidisciplinary collection offering thousands of videos ranging from documentaries, indie and foreign films, and must see classics. Through our demand driven acquisition program, students and faculty can browse and view the collection. After three views videos becomes part of the library collection for the year. Each year different titles are licensed based on student and faculty use. Once the budget has been expended, only films that have been triggered for license will be available for viewing until the next budget cycle.

Collections include:

Produces and publishes training videos in the fields of psychotherapy, counseling, and addiction treatment. The library makes available the Full Collection and the Social Work Collection.

Media Education Foundation (Hosted by Kanopy Streaming Media)

A collection that focuses on media literacy, gender, and race, especially looking at representations in the media. Includes the option to make custom clips and playlists (with account). Some videos include interactive transcripts and a closed caption option.

Videatives Early Childhood Clips

Features short video clips of young children (0-7) in various educational settings. Includes the option to create playlists and link to individual clips or playlists. Some include closed captioning.


View stories from life oral history interviews with thousands of historically significant African Americans.

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