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Searching for Media
If you want to search the library collection for streaming videos, all streaming film titles are indexed in the "Books and More" tab (Discover). You can search the "Books and More" tab on the library.unt.edu by keyword or by title. Then from the results page, narrow results by Resource type to "video/film". Now your results list will contain streaming and physical format films. If you only want to see streaming films in your results, select "Online" under "Access" from the top of the left column.
If you prefer to browse some of the streaming video titles within our collections, you can access the following online video collections.
Faculty: Book a DVD
Once you have identified a DVD you want in the UNT Library Catalog, look for the box below the title and book the DVD in advance for your class to watch.
Enter your EUID and password to make the booking.
Selected Videos at UNT Libraries
The mediation process: practical strategies for resolving conflict by
Video on Demand--This is the fourth edition of one of the seminal works in the field of mediation and conflict resolution. The book is practical blend of theory, research, and practice with a useful "how to" approach to resolving disputes at various stages of development and resolution. Its case studies present a range of successful applications of mediation (interpersonal, child custody and divorce, commercial, business, organizational, public policy, environmental, intercultural and international) and strategies for intervention.
Restorative Justice in Schools
Video on Demand--Sir Charles Pollard, former Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police, and Graham Robb, board member of the Youth Justice Board, share their experiences of the principles and practice of restorative justice. They discuss ways in which conflict can be resolved by bringing together the victims and the perpetrators of conflict and facilitating ways for them to both confront the conflict and reach an agreed resolution.
Mediating a sexual harassment case: what would you do?
Video on Demand--Consists of a series of brief vignettes simulating the mediation of an employment dispute and raising issues and challenges that can arise in the course of mediation. The video does not advocate a particular approach to mediation, leaving it to the viewer to determine how to respond to the questions and issues presented.
Video on Demand--Conflict, if properly handled, can be a constructive element. In this program, viewers learn that with an understanding of teamwork and common goals, conflict can be resolved without damaging people or relationships.