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Streaming Video: Tips for Instructors  

How to make best use of the library's streaming video databases for your courses!
Last Updated: Oct 10, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Video Databases


Using Streaming Video for Instruction

Pfau Library has hundreds of streaming videos available in its databases, ranging from brief news-type clips to full-length educational videos. All are available for instructors to use in support of their teaching! Students can watch them anytime, anywhere.

Things you can typically do with our streaming videos:

  • Embed a video playback window within your course page

To enable your students to access the video from off-campus, you must include the library's proxy prefix as part of the video link.

For complete instructions, select the tab on this guide for the appropriate platform.

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Stacy Magedanz
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Pfau Library 053B
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Coordinator, Electronic Resources & Serials
Research interest:
English Literature
Liaison to:
Art, English, Philosophy, Theatre, World Languages; also resource person for Law

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