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Streaming Video at Milne Library

How to find and use streaming video resources for classes and other educational purposes.

TV remoteWatching, discussing, and enjoying films can round out an educational concept, build community, and spark new ideas. Milne Library is proud to offer the following subscription and licensing services to support SUNY Oneonta's curriculum and mission. 

The navigation tabs at the left offer tips for using each platform, and the links below take you directly to the video databases

Academic Video Online
A multidisciplinary collection of over 70,000 streaming documentaries, feature films, and demonstrations that cover history, anthropology, education, art, diversity studies, business, music, literature, performing arts, psychology, counseling, science, world languages and more. Includes access to Broadway HD content. Formerly called VAST; owned by Alexander Street/ProQuest.

Digital Theatre Plus 
Digital Theatre brings the live theatre experience to your screen by streaming theatre productions from around the world. Our subscription provides access to over 400 full-length theater productions plus documentaries, interviews, study guides, and more.

Films on Demand
Contains about 8,000 full-length programs and 90,000 streaming video segments in the humanities, social sciences, business, economics, medicine, mathematics, and sciences from producers including Cambridge Educational, BBC, CNBC, National Geographic, TEDTalks, and PBS. Owned by an educational services company called Infobase.

A collection of high quality and diverse documentaries, feature films, and more. Licenses to Kanopy films are purchased by Milne Library based on your demand. Some film purchases require requests. 

Theatre in Video
Contains more than 250 definitive performances of the world's leading plays, together with more than 100 film documentaries representing leading playwrights, actors and directors. A collection from Alexander Street/ProQuest. 

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