As we mentioned in our “Kanopy changes to come!” post on January 21, 2020, we have implemented the change and gone to a mediated model. This means that any Kanopy film that does NOT have a current license, as found in the Research @UWW search, will produce a pop-up request form that needs to completed. This will then be sent to Nancy Bennett, Electronic Resources Librarian, for review and verification that we do not have the film accessible elsewhere. If the film is approved, Nancy will contact Kanopy to have the video activated. According to Kanopy, this activation will take up to 24 hours to complete!
Please plan ahead for any film that you wish to show in your classes and remember to check out all our other video resources.
- Films on Demand: Over 38,000 titles covering a wide range of academic subjects. Content includes documentaries, lectures, instructional/curricular videos, and historical primary source videos.
- FedFlix: Featuring the best movies from the United States Government, all these videos are available for reuse without any restrictions.
- LGBT Studies in Video: A cinematic survey of the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people as well as the cultural and political evolution of the LGBT community.
- PBS Video Collection: This collection of almost 800 titles provides video documentaries and series from PBS on topics that range from science to history, art to Shakespeare, diversity to business & economics, and more.
- Psychotherapy.net (UWW selected): Curated by our Counselor Ed and Social Work faculty, this Psychotherapy.net collection offers streaming videos which show actual psychotherapy sessions, and experts discuss their thoughts behind their interventions.
- Psychotherapy.net (Alexander Street): Includes more than 150 in-depth training videos from one of the counseling professions’ most respected video providers.
- Nursing and Mental Health in Video: Nursing and Mental Health in Video features over 240 videos of the most common mental health disorders nurses may encounter – whether in a primary care setting, emergency room, medical, psychiatric or other.