This guide will give you some resources that can be used for instruction or more information for students.
The box below contains two different tabs: Video Resources in Gateway Databases and Open Access Video Resources
When searching for educational video sources here are some criteria for verifying the credibility of the source:
Choose Small Business Reference Center from the list of databases
You will see at the top of the screen in the blue bar a link for "Business Videos/Images"
Within most EBSCOhost databases, videos from the Associated Press are included in your search results.
When you click on the link that says "View All Results" you will be taken to a new screen where you can further limit your search by when the content was published or sort by most recent or oldest content. There is also a search bar at the top that will allow you to use other keywords to search only videos.
Click on the link for ProQuest Databases here.
You will see at the top of the search bar an option to search for videos and audio.
Open up the Gale Databases link and select "Search All Databases"
Conduct your search in the Gale Power Search Box
The search results will be listed by type at the top of the results. Choose the link for Videos.
Internet Archive: Moving Image Archive: Archived videos with many different topics to chose from. Free to use without permission.
Khan Academy: Mainly science and math videos. Free but must create an account to access.
ScienceCinema: U.S. Department of Energy multi-media videos highlighting scientific research.
YouTube: to find videos with creative commons license, conduct your search, then click the “Filters” drop-down menu and select “Creative Commons”.