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Guide to UNT's online media resources
Last Updated: Apr 17, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.unt.edu/onlinemedia Print Guide RSS Updates

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Find Online Media

UNT students, faculty and staff have access to nearly 8,000 online videos through subscription databases managed by the UNT Libraries.  The majority of these online videos can be found by searching the UNT Libraries Catalog. 

 

Quick & Basic Search

  1. From the UNT Libraries homepage, choose the Books and Media tab 
  2. Enter your search topic  +  AND "online media"  Ex. Africa AND "online media" 
  3. Click Search
  4. Select the needed title from the list of search results
  5. Click "Connect to [Database Name]"  to connect to the online video. If you are off-campus, you may be ask to login with your EUID. 

Advanced Search

  1. Go to the library's Advance Keyword Search page: http://iii.library.unt.edu/search/X 
  2. Enter your search terms. The advance search allows for multiple search terms, including keyword, Title, Author or Subject
  3. In the Video field, select "Online Media" from the dropdown
  4. Click Submit
  5. Select the needed title from the list of search results
  6. Click "Connect to [Database Name]"  to connect to the online video. If you are off-campus, you may be ask to login with your EUID. 

Can't Find an Online Video?

While the majority of subscription online videos can be found by searching the library catalog, some films are not listed in the catalog. Reasons may include:

  • Access is restricted to students enrolled in a specific course
  • The film was very recently aquired and has not yet been cataloged. 
  • The subscription was cancelled
  • The film is part of a collection that does not list individual video titles in the library catalog (Swank, JoVE, AccessScience, etc)

If you cannot find a particular film you have been assigned to view, please contact media.library@unt.edu

 

Faculty: Request New Content

UNT Faculty: Is there a film you need for online instruction that is not currently available online? To request that a new film be added to the collection, complete the Streaming Media Faculty Request Form.

Permission must be obtained from the rights holder in order to put a full video online. Obtaining this permission often takes several months, so please contact us at least one full semester in advance with your request. Contact us as early as possible when planning an online course that will include multiple online film components.

Not all films can be licensed for online use. In these situations, the Libraries will work with the instructor to find an alternative solution. 

 

Help and troublshooting

Problems accessing an online video? 

If an online video is not working properly, contact  the UNT Libraries Help Desk:

Accessing from off campus? 

When you are off campus and try to access licensed resources, you will be redirected to a log in page asking for your UNT EUID and password. If problems getting access persist, try logging in to the UNT virtual private network.

 

 

New Arrivals

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Tough guise 2: violence, manhood & American culture
Publication Date: 2013
In a sweeping analysis that cuts across racial, ethnic, and class lines, anti-violence educator Jackson Katz examines mass shootings, day-to-day gun violence, violence against women, bullying, gay-bashing, and American militarism against the backdrop of a culture that has normalized violent and regressive forms of masculinity in the face of challenges to traditional male power and authority.

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Objectified
Publication Date: 2009
In his second film, director Gary Hustwit (Helvetica) documents the creative processes of some of the world's most influential product designers, and looks at the creativity at work behind everything from toothbrushes to tech gadgets. Objectified is about the people who re-examine, re-evaluate and re-invent our manufactured environment on a daily basis.

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Stanley Milgram's Obedience
Publication Date: 1965
Stanley Milgram's classic research on obedience to authority through candid footage shot at Yale University in May 1962. Documents both obedient and defiant reactions of subjects who are instructed to administer electric shocks of increasing severity to another person and shows subjects explaining their actions after the experiment.

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Saving Sunshine: Keeping the lights on with batteries and solar power
Publication Date: 2013
Teachers, electricians, system installers, architects, owners of grid-tied systems and solar advocates will find the clear explanations in SAVING SUNSHINE helpful in learning the specifics of an AC-coupled system and how it forms a local distribution system to deliver electricity in a more reliable and environmentally friendly manner.

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