Information Technology



The Educational Technology Department maintains an extensive in-house video library. Videos are loaned for one week unless alternate arrangements are made. Faculty, staff and students are free to borrow these tapes for academic use.

Please enter the term that you would like to search. The form will query the Title, Subject, Description and Producer lists within the video database:

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Faculty/staff members may request the purchase of videos they believe would be valuable additions to the video library. Requests for the purchase of such materials should be submitted in writing to the Educational Technology Department. Please provide catalogues and/or order forms when available. Purchase of program materials is subject to budget limitations; however, the department will strive to honor all requests for videos that will be useful in courses. Priority will be given to those tapes that will be used repeatedly in the coming years.

There is no charge for video loan, purchase, or recording; however, in the event a loaned video is lost, Educational Technology will charge the borrowing department for the full replacement cost.


OhioLink Digital Video Collection
Digital Video Collection contains full-length educational videos covering a wide variety of subjects. The Digital Video Collection currently includes videos from the distributor Films for the Humanities and Sciences. Additional sources will be added. This database is licensed for use only by students, staff, and faculty of OhioLINK member institutions.

United Streaming
Unitedstreaming, a web-based digital video delivery system from Discovery Education. Unitedstreaming is the largest and most current library of digital video/video clips available today. Log into the Yellow Jacket Portal.  Add the Unitedstreaming module under contents to find out more.  You can also access the Unitedstreaming Quick Card on the Support tab.

Open Video Project
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.

Captioned Media Program
The CMP provides a free-loan media program of over 4,000 open-captioned titles (videos, CD-ROM, and DVD). Deaf and hard of hearing persons, teachers, parents, and others may borrow materials. There are no rental, registration, or postage fees.  Several hundred titles are also streamed on the CMP web site.

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