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SAGE Video: How to Use SAGE Video

Welcome to the LibGuide for SAGE Video!

Using SAGE Video - Student Demo

Using SAGE Video - Instructor Demo

How to Use SAGE Video

The quick search box appears at the top right of every page, and the Advanced Search is located here. SAGE Video supports Boolean queries. 

To search only video, start from a discipline-specific page:

Business & Management

Counseling & Psychotherapy

Criminology & Criminal Justice

Education

Media, Communication, & Cultural Studies

Politics & International Relations

Psychology

Sociology 

 

When you search, you are not only searching titles, authors, and other standard metadata. You are searching video transcripts, people featured and discussed, and more. Not only that, your terms are automatically mapped to an award-winning social science thesaurus.

 

Use the filters on the right of the search results page to refine by fields like content type, discipline, sub-discipline, author, and much more.

 

Browsing in SAGE Video is powerful because every single video is mapped to  a subject taxonomy that aligns with real course curricula. To browse only videos, start from a discipline-specific page: 

 

Business & Management

Counseling & Psychotherapy

Criminology & Criminal Justice

Education

Media, Communication, & Cultural Studies

Politics & International Relations

Psychology

Sociology

 

Then, drill down into your specific area of interest using the Subject headers:

To toggle closed-captions, click the CC button on the video player.

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By default, the transcript will automatically scroll at the same pace as the video, highlighting the words currently being spoken. Clicking on a section of words will bring the video to play from that point. You can toggle the transcript to automatically scroll on or off. You can also search the transcript or download it in PDF form using the two buttons in the top right.

Clips can be created if you are signed in to a profile. If you are not signed in when you try to create a clip, you will be prompted to sign in or create a profile. In creating a clip you can define a start point, end point, and a description for clip-viewers. 

Use the scrub bar as a mechanism to pick the start and end of each clip, or enter the time stamps manually.

A clip has a unique URL that can be shared with anyone.

You can use embed codes to embed videos into webpages or learning management systems. To pull an HTML embed code in the form of an iFrame widget, click the embed icon in the top right of the video player. 

Embed codes are available in three pre-defined sizes, but you can also edit those sizes. Once you have chosen your size, copy and paste your embed code into your chosen HTML or content management system.

To embed a CLIP instead of a full video or pre-defined segment, create a new clip, and you will be prompted to either save that clip to your list. Save it to your list, and then pull the embed code from the menu that pops up.

Tips on how to embed in BlackBoard: http://suffolk.screenstepslive.com/s/1050/m/bb9/l/11548-how-do-i-embed-a-video-from-the-web​ 

Tips on how to embed in Canvas: https://guides.instructure.com/m/4212/l/197702-how-do-i-embed-a-video-in-a-page-in-my-group

To pull a citation, press the " " button in the top right of the video player. You can copy and paste citations directly or export them to your preferred citation manager.

Citations are available in APA, Chicago, Harvard, or MLA formats.

They can be exported to Endnote, Reference Manager, ProCite, RefWorks, BibTeX, Zotero, and Medlars.

Click the "add to list" icon in the top right of the video player to add a video to an existing playlist, or create a new playlist. This can only be accomplished if you are signed into a personal profile. If you are not signed in, you will be prompted to sign in or create a new profile.

You can access your playlists from your profile by logging into your profile, hovering your cursor over your name in the top right of the screen, and clicking "My Lists."

SAGE Videos are known for their rich metadata--meaning, the information provided about each video. If you scroll below the video player, the video will shrink in size and move to the page header so you can keep watching. 

Video Info provides information about the entire video you are watching, such as year of publication, keywords, and events discussed.

Segment Info provides more specific information about only the segment of the video you are watching. You can think of it like a book chapter.

Related Content recommends related videos, book chapters, or other contentwithin SAGE Knowledge, encouraging further research avenues. 

SAGE Recommends also recommends related research avenues, but to contentoutside SAGE Knowledge, such as journal articles or data sets.

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