Streaming rates 400-800kbpsCreate a playlist of selected material, and use the link on your homepage to our databases.
Main page- two ways to search
Search by segment- can link to that segment or the whole documentary
1 segment- list of other segments on rightAlso, link to this segment with proxy link, so you can email to students or put in Blackboard
Result of a title search- only searches title and description of whole doc. Plagiarism 2.0 is really good.
Streaming films from your library for your class!
Streaming Films:from the Library ~ for your Class Kimberly Beth Amy Lutz Filar Harris Williams September 12, 2012
POLL: what is your role at UNCG?• Student (non teaching)• Student with teaching responsibilities• Faculty teaching F2F only• Faculty teaching online only• Faculty teaching online & F2F courses• Librarian• Other (**please share in chat your role)
Objectives & Agenda• Participants will: gain knowledge of our subscription films available to them at UNCG & understand how to use these films in their courses• Agenda: show screenshots and explain top 3 heavily used subscriptions; demo each of these live; show the libguide of other resources.
Streaming Film Subscriptions http://uncg.libguides.com/streamingfilms• Ambrose Videos • Films On Demand• Alexander Street Press: • EVIA Digital Archive – American History in Video Project – Counseling and Therapy in • PBS Films (Via NC Live) Video • Shoah Foundation Visual – Dance in Video History Archive – Ethnographic Video Online • Swank’s Digital Campus – Opera in Video – Theatre in Video
POLL: Have you used any of thesestreaming films with your courses yet?A. I have used a DVD in a F2F class but never streamingB. I have used a streaming film in my courseC. Not sure I haveD. Never knew they existed
Why use streaming films?• Avoid copyright issues!• Easy to add to a course• For F2F course, saves time in class (flipped classroom concept)• Some allow lesson plans and/or clips to be shown only
Alexander Street Press - Basics• Academic Video Online: one-search of all ASP video• Uses Adobe Flash• Create clips or playlists instead of whole film• Embed clips, playlists, films in Blackboard/Moodle• Streaming only, no downloads• Cannot show on your personal website or to a general public audience - you CAN show to your class F2F.
Films on Demand - Basics• Uses Adobe Flash• Can embed segments or whole films• Embed clips, playlists, films in Blackboard/Moodle• Streaming only, no downloads• Cannot show on your personal website or to a general public audience - you CAN show to your class F2F.
Swank Digital Campus: Basics• Over 18,000 films from major Hollywood studios available• Instructors must select films and embed in Blackboard/Moodle for students to view• Instructors can customize lesson plans for each film• Cannot create clips, but can instruct students to view just sections of film• Plan ahead—it can take up to 10 days to receive film if no one else on campus has used it before• Cannot show outside of Blackboard/Moodle, but can stream in class or allow students to view on their own
Swank Digital Campus: Basics There are a few more steps to use the extensivefilm collection from Digital Campus than our other streaming resources. This is because managing rights with major commercial studios are more complicated.We have the steps outlined on our LibGuide, andyou may also contact Cathy Rothermel(email@example.com) or any of us or your liaison forhelp.
Swank Digital Campus: BasicsStep 1. Go the Digital Campus page from theLibGuide.Step 2. See what films are already available (youneed a password)Step 3. Grab the code for the film you need andembed in Blackboard.Step 4. Don’t see the film you need, search DigitalCampus (no password necessary)Step 5. Request the film using the online form. Youwill receive an email within 10 days with the codeto embed in Blackboard.
Swank Digital Campus: Lesson Creation For more in depth information on how to create a lesson plan, we have resources available from the Digital Campus page off our LibGuide: Video Tutorial (10 minutes) Instructor Guide (PDF)