Beginning August 19, 2019, University of Cincinnati Libraries will be moving from a Patron Driven Acquisition model to a Mediated Model for all Kanopy Streaming video titles. More information about this change can be found at https://guides.libraries.uc.edu/Kanopy/FAQ
Please note that all currently licensed films will still be available for immediate viewing, and a request form will only be presented when clicking on unlicensed films.
Education in Video provides resources for both new and experienced teachers tools to increase their knowledge and skills and for education faculty to link abstract theories of education to real-world students and classrooms.
MERLOT is a free and open online community of resources designed primarily for faculty, staff and students of higher education from around the world to share their learning materials and pedagogy. Not many videos, but this is a huge repository of leaning aids, including simulations and flash movies.
The MERLOT Repository is not only learning materials. Along with the learning materials, members have contributed assignments and comments to enhance the teaching experience of an exercise. The learning materials are categorized into 11 different material types. A large selection of materials in MERLOT also have assignments and comments attached to them. (From the MERLOT home page)
The purpose of the Open Video Project is to collect and make available a repository of digitized video content for the digital video¸ multimedia retrieval¸ digital library¸ and other research communities. Researchers can use the video to study a wide range of problems¸ such as tests of algorithms for automatic segmentation¸ summarization¸ and creation of surrogates that describe video content; the development of face recognition algorithms; or creating and evaluating interfaces that display result sets from multimedia queries. Because researchers attempting to solve similar problems will have access to the same video content¸ the repository is also intended to be used as a test collection that will enable systems to be compared¸ similar to the way the TREC conferences are used for text retrieval.
George Floyd’s murder sparks nationwide protests against police brutality and systemic racism, Donald Trump responds by hiding in the White House and tweeting, and Joe Biden ventures out to meet with protesters and black community leaders. DeRay Mckesson joins to talk about what police reforms actually work, and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms talks to Jon F. about grappling with this crisis as a mayor and a mother.
There are so many cops who look at the killing of Eric Garner or Mike Brown and say race didn't play a factor. And there are tons of black people who say that's insane. There's a division between people who distrust the police — even fear them — and people who see cops as a force for good. Stories of people living on both sides of that divide, and people trying to bridge it.