Tired of paying for films and documentaries on Amazon? Then check out Academic Video Online, available from the Library. With nearly 74,000 films and videos, AVO is the perfect destination for both research and enrichment. Want to take cooking lessons from Jacque Pépin? Or watch premium PBS, BBC, and independent documentaries? Or see Romeo and Juliet performed at Shakespeare’s Globe in London? Just a few of the subject areas in AVO include anthropology, business, counseling, health, history, and performing arts. All videos include APA, Chicago, MLA citations. Click here to try Academic Video Online. Please send any comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library has purchased subscriptions to two premium video databases:
Academic Video Online (AVON) is the world’s most comprehensive streaming academic video collection. It contains nearly 70,000 titles spanning the widest range of subject areas, including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, performing arts, and more. AVON has more than twice the content of any other academic video database. Just a few of the providers represented include CNN, BBC, PBS, Sony Pictures Classics, 60 Minutes, and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Behavioral and Mental Health Online (BMHO) is a multimedia resource with more than 2,500 videos and almost 3,500 books, documents and transcripts, BMHO is a fundamental resource for studying and teaching in the areas of behavioral and mental health. This ever-growing multi-media resource includes videos of real clinical mental health sessions, DSM-5/ICD-10 video content, psychotherapy transcripts, reference works, clinical mental health textbooks and workbooks, psychological experiments, and more.
As always, the Library depends on our users to help select, renew, or cancel online subscriptions. Please share your opinion or questions about AVON or BMHO in the comment box below.
Academic Video Online is the most comprehensive video subscription available to libraries. It delivers 68,000 titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more. This resource has more than twice the number of any other academic video database. Just a few of the providers represented include CNN, BBC, PBS, Sony Pictures Classics, and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Now through March 3, The Library has a trial subscription to Academic Video Online. This is truly a premium-quality product that would offer significant educational benefits to the Regent community. Please try out a video or two by clicking here and logging in with your Regent username and password. Also consider letting us know what you think of the resource by adding a comment here.