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Education: Find Videos

Videos

Videos from Databases

The databases available through the Library allow you to search for video content. You can find a list of all video databases here. Before starting a search, read about the database to know what topics may be available through each database.

Here are some that you will find helpful.

Gale in Context: Middle School

  • Log in with your NSID when prompted
  • In the search box, type your search term(s) (e.g. climate change)
  • Under All Content Types, choose Videos
  • Choose a specific video
  • Click on Get Link on top, add this link to your Canvas or Blackboard

Curio.ca

  • Log in with your NSID when prompted
  • In the search box, type your search term(s) (e.g. racism)
  • On the results page, under Type, choose videos, click on Apply Filter
  • If you click on Share after choosing an individual video, you will be given a permalink that you can add to your course
  • You can also choose one of the categories (dropdown menu) and then find vidoes for each category.

Sage Video Collections

  • Log in with your NSID when prompted
  • Use the Advanced Search (link under the search box)
  • Type your search term(s) (e.g. curriculum design), in the search terms box
  • Choose discipline (e.g. Education); and Video under Content Type
  • Under video, choose one of the options (e.g. Tutorial)
  • Choose a specific video, then click on Get Link to get a link and add to your course

 

Finding Videos in the Library Catalogue

If you know the name of the video you are looking for, ex: Tough Guise 2, enter this in the Title field in the catalogue.

If you are looking for videos on a specific topic, ex: racism in the classroom, enter the keyword(s) and choose Audio Visual Collection from the pull-down menu (labelled Entire Collection) in the catalogue.

Recommended Online Video Education Resources (ROVER) Link

Rover is a video streaming service maintained and managed by the Ministry of Education. U of S students can link to these videos first by using their NSID and following the prompts. Over 1500 videos can be accessed by grade levels and subjects and support Saskatchewan's K-12 curricula.