Video Streaming

Find out what titles and collections for streamed videos you can use in your classroom or projects or presentations.

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Using Web-based Video Clips in the Classroom / Blackboard

Streamed video can be used in online or face-to-face classes. Students can watch the content on or off campus in the majority of cases.

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The Age of Big Data

Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life


The Clean Bin Project

Designing Healthy Communities

This series looks at how communities are planned and designed and how that can contribute to the population's health. Specific communities are explored in this series to illustrate the effect of industrial pollution and urban planning have on our health and well-being.

Earth Machine

This series examines the geological features and processes on land and in the oceans like tectonic plates, fault lines, earthquakes, mountain ranges and volcanoes. Also available in French.

Extreme by Design

Future Food

This six-part series looks at how the world's growing population will be fed in the future. It examines many  trends or practices such as agricultural practices, sustainable farming, healthy food trends, eating locally and how to maintain a farming community.

How Big is the Universe

People of a Feather

Playing God

Secret World of Materials

This series looks at 3 materials that have changed our lives -  metal, plastics and ceramics.

So Right, So Smart

Trouble in the Peace

Water on the Table

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