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Alexander Street Press Online Videos

This resource is no longer being offered and is only available to legacy subscribers.

ProQuest's Alexander Street products are curated, discipline-focused, primary-source collections, websites, and streaming media for learning and research. Our collections deliver previously unavailable content in ways that further research and learning. Working closely with faculty, librarians, archives, and publishers, we develop our databases to the highest academic standards. We painstakingly secure copyrights, digitize the content, index the materials meticulously using semantic fields, add supporting reference and contextual material, and then publish the resulting collections on our award-winning online platform.  

Academic Video Online

Academic Video Online is the most comprehensive video subscription available to libraries. It delivers over 70,000 titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more. More than 14,000 titles are exclusive to Alexander Street, all with a predictable annual cost.

Curated for the educational experience, the massive depth of content and breadth of content-types (such as documentaries, films, demonstrations, etc.) in Academic Video Online makes it a useful resource for all types of patrons, giving libraries a high return on investment.

Individual Subject Collections

Discover digital content that directly supports course curricula, such as curated text, audio, video, and multi-format collections across many disciplines, such as history, health sciences, music, feature film, anthropology, business, and more.. Partnering with Alexander Street means faculty members have broad access to learning and scholarly content across many subject areas and unique teaching tools, such as clip-making and permalinks.

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Last updated: December 11, 2020

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This is a joint BC ELN / eHLbc license.

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Alexander Street Press

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