Incorporating videos into your teaching provides many educational benefits. Many instructors have shared videos on YouTube with their students. However, do you know that the digital/streaming media collections at Rutgers Libraries are available for Rutgers faculty and students? Many of the film/documentary titles in our collection are not available on YouTube, and yet can easily be integrated into learning management systems such as Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle or Sakai. To find out more about our streaming Media collection, check out this guide on Rutgers Streaming Media collection.
Some popular streaming/digital media collections include Academic Video Online (AVON), Swank Digital Campus, Kanopy, and Symptom Media. To access the films available in Kanopy, please contact a subject reference librarian in your area.
The Libraries also subscribe to Symptom Media, an online mental health education and training film library that contains over 300 mental health simulations including DSM 5 and ICD guided films and assessment tools.
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