Incorporating Streaming Media into Moodle

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This is an overview of streaming media collections available at Atkins Library. Part of the 30-Minute "How Do I" Webinar Series offered through the Center for Teaching and Learning at UNC Charlotte.

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Incorporating Streaming Media into Moodle

  1. 1. Incorporating Streaming Media into Moodle Presented by Amanda Binder Social Sciences Librarian University of North Carolina at Charlotte Center for Teaching and Learning University of North Carolina at Charlotte 30-Minute “How Do I” Webinar September 19. 2013
  2. 2. Presenter Information Amanda Binder Social Sciences Librarian • Library liaison to the departments/programs of History, Anthropology, Political Science, Public Administration, Public Policy, and Latin American Studies at UNC Charlotte • MS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign • BA, Bard College
  3. 3. Why Streaming Media? • Accessible online • Accessible from off-campus • Can be streamed in class or individually • No multiple-user restrictions
  4. 4. Films on Demand Films on Demand is a streaming video service with approximately 8,900 videos and clips (mostly documentaries). Includes primary and secondary sources for courses in Anthropology, History, Political Science, Communication, Sociology, Psychology, Education, the Arts and beyond.
  5. 5. Films on Demand Features: • Keyword searching or browse by topic • Playlists and Favorites • Interactive transcripts • Unique URL to films and film segments • Searchable in the library catalog • Accessible from off-campus • Public performance rights URL: http://bit.ly/11KWDvm
  6. 6. MEF (Media Education Foundation) MEF is a multi-disciplinary collection of documentary and educational films with a focus on societies, politics, culture and mass media in America. Categories of film include The Arts, Business/Training, Media/Communication, Sciences, Humanities, and Teacher Education (K- 12).
  7. 7. MEF Films Features: • Unique URL • Playlists • Searchable in the library catalog • Accessible from off-campus • Public performance rights URL: http://bit.ly/14Od8bR
  8. 8. Alexander Street Press Streaming media collections at Atkins Library: Ethnographic Video Online (Volume I) LGBT Studies in Video Dance in Video Browse other ASP video collections: http://bit.ly/19e6MEY
  9. 9. Alexander Street Press Features: • Browse or search • Clip selections from film • Unique URL to film or film clips • Searchable in the library catalog • Accessible from off-campus URL: http://bit.ly/18WVcN5
  10. 10. PBS Video Collection Through NC LIVE the library provides you and your students with online access to many popular PBS documentary series and films. Series include Eyes on the Prize, American Experience, FrontLine, Ken Burns, and more. Also available are oral history documentaries about Wilkes County and films from the North Carolina State Archives.
  11. 11. PBS Video Collection Features: • Browse by series, title or subject • Search with keywords • Unique URL to films • Accessible from off-campus URL: http://bit.ly/18WUoYI
  12. 12. BBC Shakespeare Plays BBC Shakespeare Plays feature some of Britain's most distinguished theatrical talent in the production of Shakespeare's plays Features: • Permalinks to entire plays and play acts • Searchable in the library catalog • Accessible from off-campus URL: http://bit.ly/18999dV
  13. 13. Public Performance Rights* Anyone on campus (student, faculty, or staff member) can organize an on-campus screening, provided that no admission is charged. Events can be open to the public. It is best to notify the library if you intend to organize an event featuring one or more films from our streaming media collections. *Only applies to MEF Films and Films on Demand
  14. 14. Sharing Videos with Students • DIY instructions: o Alexander Street Press Collections o Films on Demand o MEF Films o PBS Video Collection • Use course reserves through the library
  15. 15. Guide to Streaming Media http://guides.library.uncc.edu/streamingmedia Questions? Amanda Binder (abinder3@uncc.edu) OR Library Liaison to your department/program

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