Video On Demand
Instructional Design & Media Services provides access to online collections of Video on Demand titles from the following distributers:
Intelecom Online Resources Network (3000+ clips)
Ambrose Video (121 titles)
BioMEDIA Associates (30 titles)
Films on Demand (FMG) (157 Titles)
Media Education Foundation (MEF) 11 Titles (DVDs in Library, On Demand coming soon)
Additional titles are also available at:
NJVid Commons - New Jersey's video portal and respository
YouTube Education - brings learners and educators together in a global video classroom.
The Benefits of using Video On Demand
You can use the built-in features and functions to identify the right content, organize it to meet your teaching objectives, and then deliver it digitally in either a classroom setting or for individual viewing by students.
Benefits to Educators
• Always “on”! You can view, search, or organize your digital content whenever it’s convenient for you.
• Helps you bring key concepts to life. Inspire your students with full-motion, visual media that is effective and engaging, and provide clarity and in-depth explanations with real-life examples on hard-to-explain issues and theories.
• Gives you access to the full-length video as well as predefined learning objects and provides you with the ability to create custom learning objects to meet your needs.
• Allows you to create personalized playlists, perfect for sharing pre-selected video learning objects with your students. No longer do you need to cue up your video tapes to a specific segment for classroom viewing.
For details of the complete FMG catalogue see http://ffh.films.com/digitallanding.aspx
Please let me know if you would like your own FMG account so that you can create playlists of video sequences.
Benefits to Students
• Promotes both individual study and collaboration activities in the classroom. With personalized playlists viewable on students’ own time or in class with other students, each experience can be tailored to a student’s needs.
• Addresses the visual learning style of today’s students who readily glean information from dynamic images of sound and video.
• Provides an effective resource for self-paced instruction, remediation, and reference. Students can replay selected learning objects as many times as they need to understand the concepts being taught.
Showing Video on Demand in the Classroom