This guide highlights the streaming video databases available to students, faculty, and staff at BGSU. Instructions for using and requesting films for our two most robust collections, Avalon and Kanopy, are included on tabs two and three.
ATLAS is a unique, searchable online library of authentic video cases showing National Board Certified Teachers at work in the classroom. The collection covers pre-K to 12th grade, and offers a number of search filters including grade and subject.
A free educational resource created by the University of Texas McCombs School of Business designed to make learning about ethics easy, memorable and fun. Includes videos with discussion questions, teaching notes, video transcripts, and bibliographies as well as 86 case studies with discussion questions, related videos, and bibliographies. Available in both Spanish and English.
An archive collecting all forms of Hiphop material culture including recordings, videos, web sites, films, original papers, publications, conference proceedings, etc., to form a record of Hiphop activity in the United States and worldwide.
A database of thousands of movie clips searchable by actor, title, genre, character, setting, and more. Features high-quality video, authoritative content, social media plugins, and free, legal use for every user.
Hundreds of streaming video demonstrations of over 100 psychotherapy approaches, such as integrated behavioral health care, cognitive behavior therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy, all with synchronized, searchable transcripts.