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Education: Find 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

Sage Education Video Collection

  • Log in with your NSID when prompted
  • Click "Edit Search"
  • Type your search term(s) (e.g. curriculum design), in the search terms box
  • 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

  • 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.

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.