The main reason I’m showing this way as opposed to the other searches is b/c content from Ambrose 2.0 isn’t integrated into the Catalog, Media, or Encore search options. I also like that the database list gives a brief description of each resources.
Type your search terms or Scroll down the alphabetical list to browse for useful content.
I’m just trying to highlight the variety of disciplines covered in this streaming media collection. Everything from art to literature to history to science. I really like the core science series, the great authors series, A history of_______________ American Achievement
Here is a summary chart of various features, but this chart I think can be a little misleading b/c it really doesn’t show the content richness of these various collections. For example, Annenberg Learner has an excellent resources for students and professional developmental content for teachers and faculty. Kanopy is a small collection, but has wonderful documentaries dealing with gender and race.
You can also search for streaming media from within in this guide…
Libguides is a content management system which allows the librarian to highlight library resources along with sources from the open web. They cover your typically subjects like college algebra, psychology, etc. They can be very specific such as how to format a MLA style paper, plagiarism, STEM scholarship information for minority males or finding OER (free textbooks, free MOOCs)
Unlock the tech treasures of hcc libraries slideshare
Faculty Senate Conference
Unlocking the Tech Treasures
of HCC Libraries
Melba Martin, Northwest
Mildred Joseph, Northeast
Finding Streaming Media: Step 1 of 5
1. Click on the library link at the top
of HCC’s homepage. If you are
logged into EO2, there will also be
a library link at the top of the page.
Finding Streaming Media: Step 2 of 4
2. Click on the
several ways to
media on the
Finding Streaming Media: Steps 3 - 5
3. Expand the
5. Click on the
provider of your
search for your
topic. You will be
prompted to log
in using your
name and library
barcode if you
are off campus.
4. Click on
Streaming Media Features and Options
Streaming Media Vendor
includes VAST, Dance in
Video, Ethnographic Video Online
I and II
a.k.a. Media Education Foundation
Streaming Media : Using the <iframe>Tag
Q. What do I when there is no embed code available and
I don’t want to link to a video or other source?
A. You can use an inline frame or iframe in a label or
page in EO2 using the HTML editing button
Click on < >
<iframe src=“Copy and paste your link here” width=“620”
How an <iframe> looks…
the gray bars
to scroll and
<iframe src=http://www.learner.org/resources/series65.html width="620"
Need More Help?
Visit HCC EduTube
Click the Training tab (top of page)
Click on HCC Library (left side of page)
Need More Help?
Treasure 2: LibGuides
Link to them
A widget is also
embed. Email the
LibGuide creator for
the widget code or
look under the
tab if the LibGuide
Widget Version of the LibGuide
1. Acquire the LibGuide widget code from the
librarian via email or from the LibGuide
itself. Copy (Ctrl-C) it.
2. In Eagle Online ( turn editing turned on)
from the Blocks tab, choose to add an
HTML block. Go to the new HTML block.
3. Click on the Configuration icon
4. Type in a Block Title
5. Go to the Content box and click on the <>
button (Toggle HTML Source) on the
6. Paste (Ctrl-V) in the widget code.
7. Click on Save changes at the bottom.
8. View the results! Your HTML block should
now show the LibGuide widget
9. Note- the same code snippet can be used
to add the widget to any HTML page you
Questions and Comments
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instructions on how to add
widgets and iframes into Eagle