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  • Streaming Video Guide : Video Around the Web | Oviatt Library
    Health Advocacy Human Rights Immigration International Media Politics Government Racial Justice Religous Freedom and Youth SnagFilms Includes documentaries and independent films MOOCs Massive Open Online Courses Coursera Education platform that partners with universities and other organizations worldwide to offer courses online for free edX Hosts online university level courses in a wide range of disciplines some at no charge iTunes U Part of Apple s iTunes Store that features educational audio and video from universities and other organizations Khan Academy Includes practice exercises and instructional videos on math science computer programming history art history economics and more Udemy Platform for experts of any kind to create online courses to the public some for free Nature ARKive Unique collection of thousands of wildlife videos images and fact files with a special focus on the world s threatened species National Geographic Video Video programs from Nat Geo TV and web only audiovisual material News historical AP Archive YouTube channel Film and video archive collection of the Associated Press British Movietone YouTube channel Includes the entire newsreel collection Science National Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films A series of films created by Ascher Shapiro in the 1960s used to teach fluid mechanics NOVA Provides access to selected programs from the acclaimed PBS science series Available videos are organized by broad subject categories Anthropology Disasters Earth Exploration Flight Health History Investigations Nature Physics Math Space and Technology ScienceCinema Contains multimedia videos highlighting the U S Department of Energy s scientific research Society of Biomaterials Video Library Includes a wide variety of surgical films which can be sorted through by search alphabet or category TIB AV Portal The German National Library of Science and Technology s AV Portal English German provides access to scientific videos from the fields of engineering as well as architecture chemistry information technology mathematics and physics Technology PopTech Videos of global tech innovators US History Policy American Experience View complete episodes of select films from the acclaimed PBS documentary series American Rhetoric Features a growing collection of text audio and video versions of over 5 000 speeches C SPAN Video Library Contains C SPAN programs since 1987 Programs are indexed by subject speaker names titles affiliations sponsors committees categories formats policy groups keywords and location Civil Rights Digital Library Provides access to online films texts images and audio recordings related to the Civil Rights movement in the United States in the 1950 s and 1960 s Folkstreams Provides streaming access to a large collection of documentary films about American folk or roots cultures The Great Depression Interviews Originally debuted on PBS stations in 1993 as a 7 part series These interviews are part of the Henry Hampton Collection housed at the Film Media Archive at Washington University Libraries Each video and transcript represents the entire interview conducted by Blackside Inc including portions that did not appear in the final program National Parks Service B Roll Video This webpage provides links to public domain video of some of those sites including national parks

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/Video/VideoAroundTheWeb (2016-02-17)
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  • Streaming Video Guide : Fee Based Video | Oviatt Library
    WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Streaming Video Guide Fee Based Video Overview Databases Video Around the Web Fee Based Video For Faculty Copyright Video Public Performance Rights PPR Citing Sources Creating Video Fee Based Video Many video on demand providers allow users to select and watch video content for a per title fee or through a personal subscription Here is a list of several such providers Acorn TV Subscription based service that specializes in British television Amazon Instant Video Offers television shows and films for rental and purchase and is free to customers with an Amazon Prime subscription Epix Subscription based movie viewing service as well as a cable channel Fandor Subscription based movie viewing service Specializes in independent films classics silent films foreign films documentaries and shorts Google Play Movies TV Includes movies and television episodes for purchase or rental HBO Now Standalone subscription service for HBO content including original series and original movies and documentaries Hulu Subscription based service Includes movies and television iTunes Video Includes movies and television episodes available for purchase or rental MUBI Includes a handful of continually rotating films A new film is added each day and every film runs for 30 days Netflix Provides on demand streaming media as well as a DVD by mail service Showtime streaming Standalone subscription service for Showtime content including original series and movies Vudu Includes movies and television episodes YouTube Movies Provides access to thousands of commercial films mostly Studio across most popular film genres Note Canistream it is a useful site for finding the availability of a film or television program through streaming disc and or cable services Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian and Art Anthropology and AIS Librarian Contact Information Email mary wahl csun

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/Video/FeeBasedVideo (2016-02-17)
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  • Streaming Video Guide : For Faculty | Oviatt Library
    Purchase Recommendations Do you have a video recommendation for the Library Fill out our Video Purchase Recommendation Form for both streaming and physical DVD VHS video requests Please note that requests should be made at least one semester in advance Additionally video purchases both physical and streaming depend on availability of funds as well as licensing terms put forth by the content providers Submitting a Video Purchase Recommendation Form to the Library does not guarantee that a purchase will be made Streaming and Embedding in Moodle Have you found a video that you would like to have your students watch in Moodle See the Library s Embed or Stream Video page for information on streaming and or embedding from the CSUN video databases Feature Films Streaming feature films can be tricky but you have a few options You may submit a Video Purchase Recommendation Form to see if the Library is able to purchase a streaming license Instructors may also want to ask students to purchase the film via a subscription service such as Netflix or Amazon For films that do not have streaming versions available you can place videos from the Library s collections on Music Media Reserves for students to view at the Library Another option would be to point students toward worldcat org This website is a network of library catalogs from around the world that allows users to look up an item such as a DVD and see which libraries have it in their collections Results may be sorted by geographic location Media Reserves If a streaming video is unavailable instructors can always place physical videos on reserve in Music Media where students may view media materials at viewing and listening stations For more information see the Music Media Reserves page University Video Network UVN Instructors

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/Video/Faculty (2016-02-17)
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  • Streaming Video Guide : Copyright & Video | Oviatt Library
    looking for rights and or license statements accompanying the video for example or by examining the YouTube user s profile While it s easy to find a variety of content on YouTube it is important to note that many may have been uploaded without the copyright owner s consent and these can be taken down without notice Q Can I show my class a film via my personal streaming account i e Netflix Amazon A It depends this may be a violation of your contract with the content provider Services such as these are often restricted to personal and non commercial use only so double check your license agreement before proceeding Q I m teaching an online only course how can I show a feature film to my class A Feature films can be tricky but you have a few options If you need to show a film in its entirety you may want to ask your students to purchase the film via a subscription service such as Netflix or Amazon If students are able to come to campus you can place videos from the Library s collections on Music Media Reserves for viewing Additionally you may point students toward worldcat org This website is a network of library catalogs from around the world that allows users to look up an item such as a DVD and see which libraries have it in their collections Results may be sorted by geographic location Q Can I transfer my personally owned VHS to a DVD or other digital copy A Copyright law doesn t allow the transfer of formats without permission of the copyright holder though there are some exemptions for libraries and archvies However the Library can help find out if other versions already exist DVD streaming etc Make a Video Purchase Recommendation Form submission to recommend a video to add to the Library s collection Q Can I override the DRM features on DVDs so I can show clips to my class A Maybe The Digital Millennium Copyright Act DMCA prohibits the overriding of Digital Rights Management DRM features however Section 1201 of the US Copyright Code allows for certain exemptions Currently short portions may be allowed if there are no reasonably available alternatives the DVD has been lawfully made and acquired and the clips are for educational purposes such as criticism and analysis of the material However the exemptions do not apply to fictional films Further information can be found at the US Copyright Office Section 1201 website Best Practices Guides Although video in regards to copyright is still very much being explored several visual arts communities have begun sharing best practices and common understandings on the topic Below is a list of best practices reports and other statements regarding video and topics such as publishing fair use and orphan works Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts 2015 Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use of Collections Containing Orphan Works for Libraries Archives and

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/Video/Copyright (2016-02-17)
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  • Streaming Video Guide : Public Performance Rights (PPR) | Oviatt Library
    Performance Rights PPR Overview Databases Video Around the Web Fee Based Video For Faculty Copyright Video Public Performance Rights PPR Citing Sources Creating Video Public Performance Rights PPR What are they Public Performance Rights PPR are the legal rights to publicly show a film The rights holder of a film can assign PPR to others through a Public Performance License typically for a fee and for a limited timeframe While copyright law makes an exception for showing films in the classroom showing these movies for a public audience with or without an admission charge may be a violation of copyright When are PPR required PPR are required for Screenings open to the public Screenings in a public space where access is not restricted to registered students in a course Screenings for persons outside of the normal circle of family and acquaintances such as showing a film to a campus club or organization Screenings for a class but inviting others non registered students to the class to attend Campus film series PPR are not required for Home viewing Showing a film in the classroom by students and instructors as part of face to face teaching activities Do videos in the Oviatt Library include PPR Some videos come with PPR included If there is a video title you are interested in finding out if the library s copy has PPR please contact Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian How can I purchase PPR Locate the rights holder or distributer You can oftentimes do this with a Google search on the film s title and filmmaker Contact them and ask if they sell PPR for the specific film You can also try contacting a licensing company that sells public performance rights such as one of these below Swank Motion Pictures Inc Criterion Pictures USA

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/Video/PPR (2016-02-17)
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  • Streaming Video Guide : Citing Sources | Oviatt Library
    Reference Desk Subject Specialists Streaming Video Guide Citing Sources Overview Databases Video Around the Web Fee Based Video For Faculty Copyright Video Public Performance Rights PPR Citing Sources Creating Video Citing Sources Here are some things to keep in mind when citing videos In order to cite videos properly it is necessary to first identify the medium or platform it which the media was viewed Each platform will require different information needed to complete the citation For instance movies viewed in a theatre would be cited differently than a DVD Both would also be different than a TV show viewed live or watching a video on YouTube Citing Video MLA format Here are recommended resources for citing videos in MLA format MLA Works Cited Electronic Sources from OWL Purdue Scroll down to sections describing how to cite YouTube videos v ideos from an online database and v ideos from a website MLA Works Cited Other Common Sources from OWL Purdue Scroll down to sections describing how to cite films or movies seen in a theater recorded film or movie i e DVD and broadcast television UC Berkeley s How to Cite Film Video and Online Media guide Try using EasyBib s Cite a Film Online Video in MLA feature to help create your citation Citing Video APA format Here are recommended resources for citing videos in APA format Reference List Other Non Print Sources from OWL Purdue Scroll down to sections describing how to cite various types of m otion pictures and t elevision broadcasts Reference List Electronic Sources from OWL Purdue Scroll down to sections describing how to cite a video blog post and video podcasts Try using Son of Citation Machine s Create Your APA Film Citation feature to help create your citation Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/Video/Citing (2016-02-17)
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  • Streaming Video Guide : Creating Video | Oviatt Library
    a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Streaming Video Guide Creating Video Overview Databases Video Around the Web Fee Based Video For Faculty Copyright Video Public Performance Rights PPR Citing Sources Creating Video Creating Video Are you interested in making your own videos Be sure to check out these resources Creative Media Studio The Creative Media Studio is a dedicated space where CSUN students can create audio video multimedia and other digital projects Located on the first floor of the Library West Wing this creative space includes specialized equipment available for checkout ranging from tripods to greenscreen kit eight iMac computer stations reservable online an extensive selection of software including Final Cut Pro and the Adobe Creative Suite and even a state of the art audio recording studio See the Creative Media Studio webpage for more info Come check it out Lynda com Looking for online tutorials Check out Lynda com CSUN students have access to thousands of video based training on an variety of topics and software such as Adobe Creative Suite software photographic processes audio video production and more Check out this short video on how CSUN students can access this great resource Mary Wahl Digital Services Librarian and

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/Video/CreatingVideo (2016-02-17)
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  • Research Therapy: Finding an Article From a Citation Using OneSearch | Cited at the Oviatt
    the article you are accessing is exactly the article you were looking for in the first place and not a similarly titled one Be sure to bookmark some of these online resources for citation help Cite Your Sources detailed guides for APA and MLA style citations along with help for other styles Research Therapy Citing Your Sources an explanation on why when how you should cite Includes help on citing unusual resources such as Twitter blogs maps and more Citation Managers Comparison of Features this guide from UW Madison Libraries explains your options for citation managers that will help you organize and keep track of your sources as well as help you decipher the components Like always librarians are here for you Just ask Anna Fidgeon This entry was posted in Reference video and tagged ciations OneSearch Research Therapy Bookmark the permalink Meet the Librarians of the Oviatt Reserve a Study Room online Comments are closed Links About QR Codes Library Tours Oviatt Library Advanced Placement Student Program Oviatt Library Advanced Placement Student Program Map Oviatt Library s Pinterest Research Strategies Tutorials and How Tos Oviatt Library Facebook Feed Oviatt Library 2 days ago It s time for another Peek in the Stacks library csun edu SCA Peek in the Stacks brad pye BlackHistoryMatters BlackHistoryMonth CSUN See More See Less Brad Pye Jr Los Angeles Sports Journalist and Community Advocate Oviatt Library library csun edu In 1943 at the young age of 12 Brad Pye Jr paid a friend who transported cars to California 5 00 for a ride from his home in Plain Dealing Louisiana to Los Angeles Once in L A Pye continued h View on Facebook Share Oviatt Library 3 days ago Wishing all our Matadors a Happy Valentines Day csun See More See Less View on

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