You are here
Shared Streaming Video Collection
This collection of streaming videos consists of 46 titles selected by media librarians and licensed on a perpetual basis for all BC public post-secondary libraries.
As of January 2017, 38 of these titles are available via the McIntyre Streaming Media platform. The Adventures of English 8 titles are available via the Infobase Learning Films on Demand platform.
A survey was conducted in 2014 to gauge interest in continuing this shared collection, with all participating institutions contributing to its administrative cost. The survey results indicated strong interest in continuing.
According to the original license negotiated by AEMAC, only BC public post-secondary institutions may have access to this collection. Non-public and non-BC institutions are not eligible to participate. BC ELN is taking on the management of the shared collection of perpetual-access videos, originally created by AEMAC in 2009.
Eligible institutions are: British Columbia Institute of Technology, Camosun College, Capilano University, College of New Caledonia, College of the Rockies, Douglas College, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Justice Institute of British Columbia, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Langara College, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, North Island College, Northern Lights College, Northwest Community College, Okanagan College, Royal Roads University, Selkirk College, Simon Fraser University, Thompson Rivers University, Trinity Western University, University of the Fraser Valley, University of British Columbia, University of Northern British Columbia, University of Victoria, Vancouver Community College, Vancouver Island University.
Full Resource Details
Frequently Asked Questions
- Are MARC records available?
- From the vendor: "there are no downloadable MARC records. However, all of the AEMAC [Shared] streaming collection videos are catalogued and available as derived records through Outlook [OnLine]."
- Why can't I see the Adventure of English 8 titles?
- These 8 titles are available via the Infobase Learning Films on Demand platform. Contact BC ELN for account access.