Films On Demand: Allied Health Video Collection

Allied Health Video Collection

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3 Universities & Colleges

This collection will help prepare future allied health professionals for practice across a diverse range of health care settings, whether they are learning how to draw blood, administer medications, or help deliver a baby. The videos include titles from trusted producers such as Medcom-Trainex, Elsevier, NEVCO, Center for Phlebotomy Education, InJoy Health Education, Classroom Productions, and others.

  • The Ten Commandments of Phlebotomy – proposes 10+ rules of specimen collection that must be followed without fail and why. Topics in this title include discussions on vein selection, customer service, patient and sample identification, technique, safety, and more. Other titles on phlebotomy from Center for Phlebotomy Education include Basic Venipuncture, Delivering World-Class Customer Service, Ending Hemolysis in the ED…and Everywhere Else, and more.
  • Aseptic Nursing Technique at the Bedside – a four-part series that provides a comprehensive overview of aseptic technique in the patient care unit.
  • Assessment of the Newborn – a five-part series that provides a virtual experience of newborn assessment and care through the use of footage taken in an actual birthing room and newborn nursery.
  • Cultural Diversity and Healthcare Competency – teaches health care assistants how to care for a diverse clientele by understanding their cultural differences.
  • Mosby’s Nursing Assistant Video Skills – an 11-part series that depicts the skills needed to become a successful nursing assistant, with live-action demonstrations of standard procedures performed by actual nursing assistants.

All programs are segmented into multiple pedagogical clips, convenient for intermittent use during classroom lectures or as assigned classwork.

  • Unlimited laptop, tablet, or phone—on campus or off
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create
  • Upload the proprietary digital video content you already own and use (like lectures, seminars, etc.) to the platform
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • New videos added at no additional cost
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs such as D2L, Canvas, Moodle, and others
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material

Films On Demand: Counseling & Social Work Collection

Counseling & Social Work Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

Students entering the fields of counseling and social work need to be able to help others work through their emotions, develop strategies for coping with difficult circumstances, and obtain the social services they need—each of which requires communication and decision-making skills that can’t always be picked up from just reading textbooks. Ideal for counseling students in master’s-level and beginning Ph.D. programs, M.S.W. students, and undergraduate counseling and guidance programs, the Counseling & Social Work Collection helps prepare students for the challenges they will face when they start meeting clients.

With clips from actual counseling sessions with patients, videos featuring the founders of narrative therapy and other counseling approaches, and titles on the theory and practice of social work, this collection will give students the grounding they need to help the people they will work with every day.

This collection is available as a single-subject collection or as part of the Films On Demand Master Academic Video Package.

  • Theories in Social Work Practice – an introduction to the field of social work, including its history. The video differentiates between orienting theories and practice theories and reviews a variety of each. It also explains the characteristics of an effective social work framework and discusses standards and codes of ethics.
  • David Epston: Narrative Therapy with a Young Boy – a film that allows counseling students to witness the classic narrative therapy moves. In what therapist David Epston calls his most memorable session, he engages an 11-year-old who has been institutionalized for problematic behavior. Epston also provides a follow-up for the young man eight years after the session.
  • Understanding Person-Centered Counseling – an introduction to person-centered counseling. Barry Kopp demonstrates how, by working with the three core conditions of empathy, unconditional positive regard, and congruence, he is able to develop the counseling relationship. This video includes an unscripted counseling session using the person-centered model, a debrief with client and practitioner, a discussion of key concepts, and a discussion of how the CPCAB model of counseling practice relates to person-centered theory.
  • Mastering DSM-5 and ICD-10 Diagnosis—A Lecture – an advanced video seminar that teaches mental health professionals to master clinical diagnosis and differential diagnosis using the DSM-5®, ICD-10, and online assessment tools. It examines key symptoms for each diagnosis, common differential diagnoses, and frequent comorbid disorders of anxiety, depressive, trauma-related, substance-related, psychotic, and neurodevelopmental disorders.
  • Making the Most of Supervision – a video designed for both beginning counselors and more experienced counselors who want to improve their supervisory experiences. Lesley Spencer and Els van Ooijen discuss with Mike Simmons the functions of supervision, how best to prepare for it, the ingredients of good supervision, and how to respond if it starts to feel as if things are going wrong. The counselors also demonstrate, by means of two role-plays, an initial supervisory contract and a subsequent supervision session.

All programs are segmented into multiple pedagogical clips, convenient for intermittent use during classroom lectures or as assigned classwork.

  • Use video in class or as assigned classwork to illustrate counseling approaches outlined in a textbook
  • Unlimited access from your computer/laptop, tablet, or phone—on campus or off
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create
  • Upload the proprietary digital video content you already own and use (like lectures, seminars, etc.) to the platform
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • New videos added at no additional cost
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs such as D2L, Canvas, Moodle, and others
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material

Classroom Video: Career & Technical Education

Career & Technical Education Video Collection

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K-12 Schools & Districts

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A multipurpose tool for vocational and technical high schools, the Career & Technical Education Collection is a powerful resource for students learning a trade and preparing for the world of employment. The video lessons on technical trades and STEM disciplines are ideal supplements for teachers dealing with heavy class loads, and the wealth of titles on navigating the job search and application process will prepare students for ultimate success. Featuring exclusive producers such as Shopware, Cambridge Educational, and Meridian Education, this collection also meets Perkins guidelines.

  • Automotive Technology – instructional and overview videos on automotive theory, diagnosis and repair, safety, and career and industry content.
  • Building and Technical Trades – a range of titles spanning construction, woodworking, electrical wiring, HVAC/R, welding, plumbing, and more.
  • Engineering Technology – titles covering applied engineering in manufacturing, electronics, civil engineering, and more.
  • Information Technology – instructional and documentary titles on computing, networking, programming and web design, data management, and security.
  • Technical Communication – titles on creating graphics and design, photography, video, and other digital media.
  • Career Development – titles on job search and application skills, programs exploring professions across the career clusters, and videos on the skills necessary for success in any job.

All titles are segmented into short, pedagogical clips, ideal for intermittent use during classroom lectures. For off-site viewing, students can choose to watch an entire film without interruption. Titles within the collection are sorted across distinct, browsable subject categories, enabling refined searches for available titles in specific topic areas.

  • High-quality, specialized videos for career and tech ed departments and high schools, segmented into easy-to-use clips
  • Perkins-eligible source of authoritative STEM content
  • New content added regularly
  • Emphasis on safe practices
  • Instructor’s guides for many titles
  • Captioning and searchable, interactive transcripts
  • Google Translate for 100+ languages
  • Unlimited, simultaneous access, in class/library or off site
  • Tablet/mobile- and interactive whiteboard-friendly
  • Easily create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students; custom segment tool
  • Authenticated search widget, content widget, and Top Ten Titles widget for your library’s home page
  • Authenticated HTML embed code that allows direct access to videos from within Blackboard, Moodle, or other CMS
  • Free MARC records for every video
  • Robust admin portal and new enhanced Support Center.

Classroom Video: Master Curriculum Collection

Master Curriculum Video Collection

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K-12 Schools & Districts

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Now with a fresh new look, enhanced functionality, and an improved user experience, Classroom Video On Demand provides users with the content, tools, speed, and performance that today’s online experience demands. Created for middle and high schools, this fully responsive and mobile-friendly curriculum-focused video subscription provides unlimited access to thousands of videos for ALL departments.

Classroom Video On Demand‘s Master Curriculum Video Collection serves the specific needs of students who are preparing for college by providing top-quality video across the entire secondary curriculum, including life skills and guidance. This specially curated collection is ideal for middle and high schools that want targeted content, tailored specifically to their level, rather than a collection that pools the entire range of K–12 content into one platform.

  • Quality – From Oscar, Emmy, and Peabody Award-winning documentaries to A-list performances spanning the arts, we bring you the best of what’s out there.
  • Breadth and Depth – We individually select titles from more than 1,000 international producers to bring a wide variety of the most relevant videos to suit the unique instructional needs of every subject. Notable series include Globe Trekker, Live from Shakespeare’s Globe, Job & Skills Evaluation, America—The Story of Us, Filthy Cities, A Concise Biography, and many more!
  • Performance – Our platform features an advanced technical infrastructure, a fully responsive interface, and a powerful search engine and browse functions, making it fast and easy to use 24/7 on any Internet-enabled device.
  • Freshness – Our acquisition efforts are ongoing, and new content is added regularly at no additional cost.
  • Correlated – All video content is correlated to Common Core, national, state, provincial, IB Organization, C3 Framework for Social Studies, AASL, College Board AP, national STEM, and Next Generation Science Standards, as well as 21st Century Skills.
  • Exclusivity – More than half of our titles cannot be found with any other academic distributor, thanks to exclusive agreements with hundreds of producers from around the world.
  • Top Producers – We work with the very best producers, including CNN, HBO®, Guardian News & Media, ABC News, NBC News, National Geographic, PBS NewsHour, Open University, Annenberg Learner, TED, ClickView/VEA, Films for the Humanities & Sciences, American Public Television, ARTE France, Bill Moyers, Allegro Productions, and many more!
  • Curriculum Mapping – Working with an advisory board of education professionals, our content staff has created a subject-matter taxonomy of more than 700 distinct areas of study within core subject areas designed to mirror the academic curriculum. We take pride in vetting every title before including it in the collection, and we think hard about how many places to cross-list each title in the taxonomy.

  • Stimulate and reinforce in-class lectures, introduce new topics, and encourage open discussion on key subjects
  • Content correlated to Common Core, state, national, provincial, Australian, College Board AP, IB, C3 Framework for Social Studies, AASL, NGSS, and national STEM standards, as well as 21st Century Skills
  • Seamless LTI integrations with course management systems such as Schoology, itslearning, Canvas, Moodle, and others, allowing resources to be directly embedded inside courses without having to leave the LMS
  • Create interactive video quizzes using full videos, segments, custom content, and Web Channels—an excellent tool for remote education and assessments
  • Create personalized playlists using premade clips, full videos, or custom segments; save favorites; share playlists for off-hours viewing and distance learning
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create to provide an overview or give context to the videos in the playlist—perfect for distance learning and flipped classrooms!
  • Share to Google Classroom, plus Class Sync and Assignment creation tools
  • Add a link to department websites for immediate access to any top-level subject
  • Instructor’s guides for many titles
  • Monthly calendar for meaningful research suggestions and ideas

  • Find inspiration and material for research papers, projects, and presentations
  • Fully responsive and mobile friendly—will work on all tablets and smartphones
  • Captioning and interactive, searchable transcripts on all titles
  • Follow up on a clip used by a teacher in class and watch the rest of the video
  • Dynamic citations in MLA, APA, Chicago, and Harvard formats, with EasyBib, NoodleTools, and RefWorks functionality
  • Share, save, and organize videos/playlists
  • Google Translate on all descriptions, transcripts, and navigation
  • View the tablet/mobile-friendly videos from the library, school, or off-site, 24/7
  • Full keyboard navigation, screen reader support, and Read Aloud tool for text content

  • A comprehensive, curriculum-focused subscription providing unlimited access to thousands of videos
  • Videos can be easily added to leading discovery tools, social media platforms, and learning management systems
  • Single sign-on (Clever, ClassLink, Microsoft, or Google), LDAP, and IP authentication
  • Add your institution’s custom video content, YouTube content, or videos from educational Web Channels to the platform
  • Free MARC records for every video
  • Searchable Support Center with valuable help materials, how-to tips, tutorials, and live help chat
  • Public performance rights
  • Comprehensive admin portal with COUNTER 5 reporting and SUSHI exporting.

All titles are segmented into short, pedagogical clips, ideal for intermittent use during classroom lectures. For off-site viewing, students can choose to watch an entire film without interruption. Titles within the collection are sorted across distinct, browsable subject categories, enabling refined searches for available titles in specific topic areas.

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“Our students and faculty have found Classroom Video On Demand a superb educational tool for research projects big and small. The moment I introduce it to new students, they are excited to see their topic come alive and with such ease!”

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“What’s great about Classroom Video on Demand is that such a large variety of topics on the online database. Kids can search anything from photosynthesis to chemical reactions to an American author to a health related topic. Guidance counselors can find a video clip that will help students dealing with depression, you name it…The quality of the videos overall is fantastic.”

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Films On Demand: Veterinary Collection

Veterinary Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

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People who work in veterinary medicine frequently rely on what they see to diagnose problems and make snap decisions, whether they are trying to read urinalysis slides or keep a canine patient calm during treatment. This streaming video collection brings a much-needed visual component to veterinary students’ lessons, facilitating learning in often subtle ways textbooks alone cannot. Its titles will help students gain a strong foundation in animal anatomy, physiology, and behavior while learning basic veterinary procedures and an understanding of the workplace.

  • Animal Anatomy and Physiology – covers small animal A&P, including feline and canine breed identification.
  • Animal Behavior and Learning – features videos on feline and canine behavior, including body postures, managing conflict between pets, and acclimating pets to infants and children.
  • Animal Health, Nutrition, and Disease – covers basic animal care; nutrition; caring for elderly, exotic, and orphaned animals; and other topics.
  • Basic Veterinary Skills – includes videos on videos on animal handling, maintaining kennels, veterinary pharmacy skills, terminology, lab skills, emergency care, wound healing, and vaccines.
  • Veterinary Treatments and Procedures (Performing and Assisting) – features videos on caring for animals with illnesses ranging from cancer and diabetes to ear infections and flea and tick infestations, as well as crucial technical skills such as collecting blood, urinalysis, administering anesthesia, performing euthanasia, and monitoring blood pressure.
  • The Veterinary Workplace – covers the skills needed for success, including good client service, managing stress, and workplace safety.

  • Use video in class or as assigned classwork to reinforce complex veterinary techniques outlined in a textbook
  • Conveniently segmented for lecture and in-class use
  • Unlimited access from any location—on campus or off
  • Tablet- and mobile-friendly
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement worries

Films On Demand: Technology & Society Collection

Technology & Society Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

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We may not live in a world of flying cars, humanoid robot assistants, and laser cannons, but technology has changed our lives in countless and often unpredictable ways. This collection looks at the history and current state of how technology has changed our lives. Can iPads harm toddlers’ development? Will human workers become obsolete? Are we more “connected” yet also more alone than ever?

This collection is available as a single-subject collection or as part of the Films On Demand Master Academic Video Package.

  • Disconnected: A Month without Computers – a film that asks the question: what happens when a group of college students undergo a forced “digital detox?” No e-mail, no Facebook, not even Google for researching term papers. The horror!
  • Nanotechnology: The Power of Small—A Fred Friendly Seminar – widely acclaimed three-part series hosted by Peabody Award-winning journalist John Hockenberry on the social, ethical, and personal implications of advances in nanotechnology.
  • Big Brother, Big Business: The Data-Mining and Surveillance Industries – a feature-length documentary on the rapidly growing data-mining and surveillance industries, offering case studies and examples of dubious and hurtful information sharing.
  • Deluged By Data: The Infobesity Epidemic – some experts think we all suffer from data overload and “infobesity” and need a “data diet.” Meet the data lovers and skeptics and wired, tired people who go ZERO TECH to escape being deluged by data.
  • The World According to Google, Google World, and In Google We Trust – a trio of independent documentaries, each with a different approach, that go behind the scenes at one of the world’s most influential technology companies.
  • Think b4 u Post: Your Reputation and Privacy on Social Networking Sites – a playful yet serious film that warns about unforeseen consequences of indiscriminate posting of pictures and personal details on social media sites.
  • Tomorrow’s Food – an eye-opening three-part BBC series that showcases amazing innovations and advances from around the world—from future-facing farms whose crops never see daylight to space-age supermarket aisles and restaurants staffed by robots.
  • Generation LikeFRONTLINE explores how the perennial teen’s quest for identity and connection has migrated to social media—and exposes the game of cat-and-mouse that corporations are playing with these young consumers.
  • A wealth of TED Talks on the effect of technology on our lives, including talks by Ray Kurzweil (singularity), Brenda Brathwaite (educational gaming), Tim Berners-Lee (open data), Stephen Wolfram (cataloging knowledge), Sherry Turkle (digital isolation), Jeff Bezos (innovation), and many more.
  • Making Stuff (Season 2)– four episodes that explore how materials changed history and are shaping the future, with regards to making “stuff” faster, wilder, colder, and safer.
  • Digital Side Effects: When Computers Think for Us – featuring psychologists, scientists, and professors from all over the globe, this documentary synthesizes theories, psychiatric evaluations, and quantitative evidence from studies on the brain that indicate a serious global epidemic of digital addiction.

All titles are segmented into short, pedagogical clips, ideal for intermittent use during classroom lectures. For classwork viewing, students can choose to watch an entire film without interruption. Titles within the collection are sorted across distinct, browsable subject categories, enabling refined searches for available titles in specific topic areas.

  • Unlimited access from your computer/laptop, tablet, or phone—on campus or off
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create
  • Upload the proprietary digital video content you already own and use (like lectures, seminars, etc.) to the platform
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • New videos added at no additional cost
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs such as D2L, Canvas, Moodle, and others
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material

Films On Demand: Technical & Trade Education Collection

Technical & Trade Education Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

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How does a hybrid car engine work compared to a gas engine? How do construction blueprints differ from electrical blueprints? The hundreds of titles in this collection will help prepare students interested in vocational trades, including construction, cosmetology, communication, agriculture, applied engineering, and more.

This collection is available as a single-subject collection or as part of the Films On Demand Master Career & Technical Education Video Package.

  • More than 140 titles on automotive technology, covering both theory and service/repair. Major exclusive series include Auto Body Repair (12 parts); Hybrid Auto Repair (six parts); Powertrain Technology and Service (seven parts); ASE Certification Series (six parts); Chassis and Front End(nine parts); Automotive Computer Systems (four parts); Strategy-Based Automotive Diagnosis(three parts); Automotive Engines (eight parts); Electrical Systems (seven parts); and much more.
  • Building Trades II – Shopware’s massive 20-part series covering every facet of building a home, from design and planning to roofing, siding, and finishing. A comprehensive series produced in conjunction with the National Association of Home Builders.
  • Residential Energy Efficiency Projects – a five-part series covering how to complete some of today’s most popular green home projects, including installing solar electric, solar hot water, air sealing and insulation, upgrading a furnace, and performing a home energy audit.
  • Safety and Technology Series – a six-part series that addresses proper safety for those who work in technical or industrial trades, including automotive, electrical, welding, woodworking, metalworking, and general shop safety.
  • More than 30 hours of hairstyling and haircutting videos, including Basic Hairstyles (seven parts); Hair Coloring (four parts); Hair Brushing and Cutting (10 parts); and Men’s and Children’s Haircuts (five parts).
  • Woodworking: The Art and the Craft – a 15-part series that is like having a master craftsman as a teacher’s aide. From the basics of measuring and cutting to the details of dovetail joints and finishing work, this indispensable tool helps students to learn skills before trying them and reinforce them afterward.
  • Green-ovating: Home Renovations for a Sustainable World – a four-part series showing how existing homes can be transformed to improve energy efficiency, eco-friendliness, livability, and sustainability. Topics include home performance, green design, energy, and sustainable landscaping.
  • Woodworking Tools – a 16-part series covering the major tools of the trade, including table saws, routers, planers, lathes, drills and drivers, rotary tools, sanders, and much more.
  • Residential Electrical Wiring – a comprehensive eight-part series on installing, upgrading, or updating residential electrical service.
  • Welding Processes and Fundamentals – a four-part series teaching the art of joining and cutting metals, a necessary skill in professions across multiple trades.
  • Made to Renovate – a five-part series that takes an in-depth look at how home decor and renovation-related products evolve by way of their manufacturing process.
  • Multiple titles on design, including Building Cars; Developing a Website; Product Design: Process and Inspiration; Graphic Design: What’s in a Logo? and more.

All titles are segmented into short, pedagogical clips, ideal for intermittent use during classroom lectures. For classwork viewing, students can choose to watch an entire film without interruption. Titles within the collection are sorted across distinct, browsable subject categories, enabling refined searches for available titles in specific topic areas.

  • Unlimited access from your computer/laptop, tablet, or phone—on campus or off
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create
  • Upload the proprietary digital video content you already own and use (like lectures, seminars, etc.) to the platform
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • New videos added at no additional cost
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs such as D2L, Canvas, Moodle, and others
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material

Films On Demand: Sociology Collection

Sociology Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

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The thousands of individual titles in this collection comprehensively cover the wide range of topics essential to the study of sociology. From poverty, gender inequality, and social justice to crime, prejudice, globalization, and so much more, key subjects in sociology are explored by in-depth documentaries and curriculum-focused instructional videos.

This collection is available as a single-subject collection or as part of the Films On Demand Master Academic Video Package.

  • Up: The Classic Documentary Series – the longitudinal study documentary series that revisits the lives of the same people every seven years, from the age of seven to the present day. Aside from the core episodes from Michael Apted’s original U.K. series, the format was also extended to America, Japan, South Africa, and Russia/U.S.S.R. 20 programs.
  • Why Poverty? – the Peabody Award-winning PBS series that presents more than eight hours of moving and thought-provoking stories from around the globe, while asking difficult questions about why a billion people worldwide still live in poverty.
  • Racial Facial – short but powerful look at race in America. It provides a blur of fascinating images and video—historical and contemporary—depicting both the division and blending that has characterized the history and treatment of people of color in this country.
  • Understanding Sociology – a comprehensive seven-part series introducing sociology’s origins, core concepts, theory, research methods, applications, and more.
  • Numerous titles on women’s issues around the globe: Jihadi Brides; The Rise of Female Violence; Maids: Docile and Invisible—A Story on Domestic Workers; To End Honor Killing; Breaking the Wall of Gender Inequality: How Gender Balance Can Transform the Global Economy; and many others.
  • Race: The Power of an Illusion – the groundbreaking three-hour documentary series by California Newsreel that debunks the misconception that “race” is a physiologically accurate way to categorize human beings.
  • America in Black and White – a five-part ABC News Nightline series covering the wide-ranging issues of race relations in America and gun violence, including a unique look at traffic stops from the perspective of officers and civilians; gun safety for civilians; law enforcement training; and more.
  • Real People, Real Sex—Clinical Conversations for the Human Sexuality Classroom – each program in this eight-part series includes spontaneous, unrehearsed conversations with interviewees as they reflect on their personal experiences.
  • Institute of Art and Ideas: Cutting-Edge Debates and Talks from the World’s Leading Thinkers, Series 1 & 2  – from Europe’s leading forum for big ideas, boundary-pushing thinkers, and challenging debates comes this 95-part series offering unique access to the most brilliant minds working today in the fields of science, philosophy, politics, and art.
  • More than 80 documentaries and lectures on LGBTQ issues, including Suited and Fall to Gracefrom HBO®; How Gay Is Pakistan?; Sex Changes That Made History; Cold Fear: Gay Life in Russiafrom BBC; and many others.
  • More than 195 exclusive programs from The Bill Moyers Collection, including On Our Own Terms, his six-hour series on death and dying; Challenging Hispanic Stereotypes: Arturo Madrid; America’s Growing Economic Divide; Unequal Education; and more.
  • Ken Burns’s two-part series Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton andSusan B. Anthony, a Peabody, Emmy, and CINE Gold Eagle Award winner.
  • Documentaries on key figures who reshaped the social landscape or our view of it, including Margaret Sanger, Arturo Madrid, Jane Elliot, Paul Robeson, Susan B. Anthony, Alfred Kinsey, Sandra Laing, Martin Luther King Jr., Margaret Fuller, Paul Ehrlich, Sojourner Truth, Richard Rodriguez, William Julius Wilson, Gloria Steinem, Luis Valdez, and more.

This collection is a flexible, essential tool for any sociology educator. All titles are segmented into short, pedagogical clips, ideal for intermittent use during classroom lectures. For classwork viewing, students can choose to view the entire film without interruption. Titles are sorted across distinct, browsable subject categories, enabling refined searches for available titles in specific topic areas.

  • Unlimited access from your computer/laptop, tablet, or phone—on campus or off
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create
  • Upload the proprietary digital video content you already own and use (like lectures, seminars, etc.) to the platform
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • New videos added at no additional cost
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs such as D2L, Canvas, Moodle, and others
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material

Films On Demand: Psychology Collection

Psychology Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

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The breadth of this collection is unrivaled: reviews of classic studies; overviews of foundational and contemporary theories; case studies of psychological disorders; instructional titles on research methods and statistics; interviews with prominent psychologists; documentaries on topics such as personality, sexuality, aging, happiness, and intelligence; and more.

This collection is available as a single-subject collection or as part of the Films On Demand Master Academic Video Package.

  • The Brain, with David Eagleman – six-part PBS series that explores the wonders of the human brain and reveals why we feel and think the things we do. This ambitious project blends science with innovative visual effects and compelling personal stories and addresses some big questions.
  • Into the Mind – the highly acclaimed three-hour BBC series that traces the history of experimental psychology, from dubious beginnings to the profound new understanding that neuroscience has revealed about emotions, free will, and the mind itself.
  • Right Between Your Ears – through the eyes of a group of people convinced that they knew the date of the end of the world, this program explores how people believe, how we turn beliefs into certainties, and how we then mistake them for the truth.
  • Films on leading psychologists and their experiments and theories—including Freud, Jung, Dewey, Piaget, Spock, Skinner, Milgram, Loftus, Bandura, Davidson, Ainsworth, and others.
  • Close to Home – Bill Moyers’s unforgettable five-hour series on addiction.
  • Forty titles by Davidson Films, including the 10-part Giants of Psychology series, plus titles on geriatric aging, childhood learning, and more.
  • Minds on the Edge: Facing Mental Illness—A Fred Friendly Seminar – multiple-award-winning seminar on the challenge of caring for America’s mentally ill, featuring prominent mental health professionals, policymakers, and legal luminaries.
  • More than 45 titles on addiction from Hazelden Publishing.
  • Animated Neuroscience and the Action of Nicotine, Cocaine, and Marijuana in the Brain – CINE Golden Eagle Award-winning program that takes viewers deep into the brain to study the effects of these three substances.
  • In the Shadow of Feeling – a powerful look at the factors that can transform a child into a psychopath. COMMFFEST Award winner.
  • Becoming Me: The Gender Within – Telly Award-winning documentary that profiles five transgendered individuals, two of whom are undergoing reassignment surgery.
  • Key Issues in Psychological Research – covers ethical guidelines for research and reasons for breaching those guidelines; how to address research justification, use of knowledge, and interpretation of findings in a socially sensitive research proposal; and how to be aware of social construction and possible ethnocentric biases.
  • Cutting-edge presentations on contemporary issues from the TED and Falling Walls series of scholarly talks, including Oliver Sacks (on hallucinations), Nancy Etcoff (on the science of happiness), V. S. Ramachandran (on brain anomalies), Antonio Damasio (on consciousness), Patricia Kuhl (on infant language learning), Paul Zak (on the biology of morality), Temple Grandin (on the value of autistic thinking), and more. (Exclusive academic distribution)

This collection is a flexible, essential tool for any psychology educator. All titles are segmented into short, pedagogical clips, ideal for intermittent use during classroom lectures. For classwork viewing, students can choose to watch an entire film without interruption. Titles within the collection are sorted across distinct, browsable subject categories, enabling refined searches for available titles in specific topic areas.

  • Unlimited access from your computer/laptop, tablet, or phone—on campus or off
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create
  • Upload the proprietary digital video content you already own and use (like lectures, seminars, etc.) to the platform
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • New videos added at no additional cost
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs such as D2L, Canvas, Moodle, and others
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material

Films On Demand: Political Science Collection

Political Science Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

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Whether the focus is American government or global politics, this vast collection is an invaluable asset for political science educators and students. From the basics of civics, American democracy, and other forms of government, to the major public policy issues of the day—immigration, globalization, national security, privacy—you will have at your fingertips a rich source of documentary and instructional content that adds context to every lesson.

This collection is available as a single-subject collection or as part of the Films On Demand Master Academic Video Package.

  • U.S. Government: How It Works – a comprehensive six-part series that explores key aspects of U.S. government and public policy.
  • The Curse of Osama: Culture and Geopolitics in the Post-9/11 Age – a five-hour series that investigates the effect al Qaeda and its affiliates have had on the Islamic world, the global community, and millions of innocent people.
  • Poverty in America – a six-part series that combines scholarly analysis with a human-centered approach to look at the causes and effects of economic hardship in the U.S., while suggesting ways for society to combat the cycle of poverty.
  • Three Days of Terror: The Charlie Hebdo Attacks – from HBO®, a searing account of the horrific events when members of an Islamic terrorist group stormed into the Paris offices of the satiric weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, killing 11 people and injuring 11 others before also killing a police officer.
  • Due Process: Understanding the U.S. Criminal Justice System – the essential introductory series that outlines the basics of crime, law, enforcement, and the court system.
  • More than 100 titles from The Bill Moyers Collection on topics such as gun control, drone wars, partisan politics, fiscal policy, and much more, such as the Emmy Award-winning Buying the War.
  • American Umpire – a thought-provoking documentary about U.S. foreign policy that chronicles how the United States became the world’s policeman and questions how long we must continue to play this role.
  • Immigration Battle – a PBS documentary examining the hard-fought battles and secret negotiations over immigration reform on Capitol Hill, including the Obama administration’s push for policy changes that could impact the fate of millions and define what it means to be American for decades to come.
  • What Are We Doing Here? Why Western Aid Hasn’t Helped Africa – multiple-award-winning documentary that follows four young Americans as they experience firsthand the scope and intractability of Africa’s suffering, while aid workers, government officials, and ordinary individuals explore why providing aid is no panacea.
  • Bitter Harvest: The War on Drugs Meets the War on Terror – a fascinating episode of the Wide Angle documentary series that examines the uneasy relationship between forces aligned against the Taliban and the drug lords who control cultivation of much of the world’s heroin.
  • Equal Justice Under Law: Landmark Cases in Supreme Court History – the classic six-part series that investigates the role of the Supreme Court by looking at landmark cases that set major precedents.

All titles are segmented into short, pedagogical clips, ideal for intermittent use during classroom lectures. For classwork viewing, students can choose to watch an entire film without interruption. Titles within the collection are sorted across distinct, browsable subject categories, enabling refined searches for available titles in specific topic areas.

  • Unlimited access from your computer/laptop, tablet, or phone—on campus or off
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create
  • Upload the proprietary digital video content you already own and use (like lectures, seminars, etc.) to the platform
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • New videos added at no additional cost
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs such as D2L, Canvas, Moodle, and others
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material

Films On Demand: Physical Therapy Collection

Physical Therapy Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

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To help injured patients make a full recovery and return to their normal routines as quickly as possible, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants need to rely on a thorough understanding of the human body and an ability to recognize both common and rare ailments easily. This collection brings together videos from such trusted producers as Wolters Kluwer Health, Castalia Media, Healthy Learning, U.S. Kinesiology Training Institute, and PESI, Inc., that will help physical therapy students learn and practice crucial techniques in ways textbooks alone cannot. Aspiring physical therapists can find short instructional clips that cover a wide range of physical therapy interventions and examinations—from stretching techniques to wrapping a shin splint—as well as seminars from top trainers and in-depth documentaries on the history of physical and occupational therapy, massage, and biomechanics.

  • Special Tests – a 94-part series presenting special tests used in physical therapy, including varus and valgus stress tests for the knee, finger, wrist, and elbow; Trendelenberg’s test; the 90–90 straight leg test; the patellar grind test; McMurray test; anterior/posterior rib compression test; Milgrim’s test; and much more.
  • Taping and Wrapping Procedures – a 41-part series on wrapping and taping for sports medicine, covering different types of tape and elastic wraps, the RICE method, and steps for wrapping and taping a wide range of sprains, bruises, and other injuries.
  • Joint Mobilizations – a 14-part series providing details on joint mobilization techniques, including posterior glides, subtalar glides, tibial glides, humeral glides, ulnar glides, and radiocarpal glides.
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation – a seven-part series demonstrating the D1 flexion, D1 extension, D2 flexion, and D2 extension stretching techniques.
  • History of Physical Therapy – discusses the ways in which physical education, advances in medicine, the polio epidemic, and the World Wars influenced the growth of physical therapy. It also discusses applications of physical therapy.
  • Sports Massage – includes two hours of sports massage detailing 13 sessions that will give students the tools to work with runners, cyclists, swimmers, tennis players, and other athletes.
  • Therapeutic Strategies for Degenerative Joint Disease: Overcoming Pain and Improving Function: A Lecture – offers case studies and mock patient presentations and reviews the assessment process, detailing the key steps of the pathology, evaluation techniques, and concepts, specifically including skills to evaluate and treat the degenerative joint.
  • New Paradigms in Sports Concussion – presents the latest research and developments in the areas of concussion measurements and mechanisms of injury, physiology of recovery, implications of repeated injury, and the evolving legal environment concerning this injury.

All programs are segmented into multiple pedagogical clips, convenient for intermittent use during classroom lectures or as assigned classwork.

  • Use video in class or as assigned classwork to reinforce complex physical therapy techniques outlined in a textbook
  • Conveniently segmented for lecture and in-class use
  • Unlimited access from any location—on campus or off
  • Tablet- and mobile-friendly
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material

Films On Demand: Physical Science Collection

Physical Science Video Collection

3 Universities & Colleges

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Einstein’s theory of relativity, Newtonian physics, and Mendeleyev’s periodic table. Nanotechnology, quantum computing, and string theory. From the fundamental discoveries that changed history, to the science-fictionesque emerging fields of the present, this collection is filled with videos that highlight the most important topics in physics, chemistry, and astronomy.

This collection is available as a single-subject collection or as part of the Films On Demand Master Academic Video Package.

  • Essential Chemistry: Core Concepts Video Clip Collection – with 46 self-contained clips from three to six minutes each, this collection comprehensively covers the fundamentals of chemistry.
  • Welcome to the Nanoworld! – a four-hour documentary series on both the promise and risks of this fascinating new branch of science.
  • The Quantum Tamers: Revealing Our Weird and Wired Future – a highly visual program that takes viewers to the frontiers of quantum computation, with commentary from Stephen Hawking and 18 other quantum visionaries.
  • Physics in Action – a popular five-part series that presents the facts, formulas, and laws of physics with real-world examples, illustrative animations, and a down-to-earth host.
  • Elements: Making Sense of Matter – a three-hour BBC series that traces the evolution of chemistry through re-creations of pivotal experiments that bring out the inherent drama and spectacle of science.
  • Shedding Light on Motion – a four-part series that presents a visual treasure trove of demonstrations, animations, and explanations of all things motion.
  • Color: The Spectrum of Science – just 15 colors tell the entire story of Earth, life, and scientific discovery. This three-part BBC series explains how each of these colors occur, unlocking the mysteries of nature and the forces that underpin the Universe itself.
  • The Chem Lab: Safety in Every Step – an introduction to the chemistry laboratory and the proper safety measures to take.
  • Chemistry: Challenges and Solutions – an Annenberg Learner 13-part series that introduces students to cutting-edge applications of chemistry.
  • Light: Everything You Need to Know – a five-part series providing concrete ways to understand the difficult abstractions inherent in the study of light.
  • 400 Years of the Telescope: A Journey of Science, Technology, and Thought – the history of the telescope, from the days of Copernicus to recent findings from the Hubble Space Telescope.
  • Uranium: Twisting the Dragon’s Tail – a two-part PBS series that seeks to reveal the cultural, scientific, and natural history of the most wondrous and terrifying rock on Earth.
  • Electricity: A 3-D Animated Demonstration – a comprehensive eight-part series covering current and circuits, power and efficiency, magnetism, Ohm’s law, and more.
  • Science in Everyday Life: Physical Science Video Clips – a collection of 34 visually stunning video clips that explore the many facets of physics and the environment.

All titles are segmented into short, pedagogical clips, ideal for intermittent use during classroom lectures. For classwork viewing, students can choose to watch an entire film without interruption. Titles within the collection are sorted across distinct, browsable subject categories, enabling refined searches for available titles in specific topic areas.

  • Unlimited access from your computer/laptop, tablet, or phone—on campus or off
  • Create and share playlists—use premade clips, full videos, or custom segments to engage students
  • Add a personalized video introduction to any playlist you create
  • Upload the proprietary digital video content you already own and use (like lectures, seminars, etc.) to the platform
  • Captions, interactive transcripts, citations, Google Translate, and more
  • New videos added at no additional cost
  • Videos can be easily added to LibGuides, distance education courses, social media platforms, and LMSs such as D2L, Canvas, Moodle, and others
  • Public performance rights and no copyright infringement
  • Keyword tags for all content, linking to related material