Each collection contains a multitude of different content types designed to meet the needs of different end users, such as the undergraduate student, the graduate student, faculty needing video support in their teaching, or researchers looking for content to aid their academic work. Explore the video types by clicking the icons below:
Need to cite scholarly sources in your paper but having difficulty understanding journal articles?
Preparing a group presentation but having trouble understanding an academic concept?
When you start your research by watching a video, you are not alone. 79% of students voluntarily watch videos in order to:
Source: Leonard, 2015
Find SAGE Videos directly in the results of your library searches, like in this example below:
Want to spark discussion in class with a short, impactful clip?
Teaching an online course and want to include videos in your learning modules that will not disappear on you?
92% of faculty use video in class, according to a number of global surveys of faculty across disciplines. With SAGE Video you can:
Source: SAGE Global Surveys, 2014
All content in SAGE Video can be filtered by subjects within standard course curricula by visiting the discipline-specific pages and using the Subject Browse:
Click the images below to access external guides that explain how to embed videos directly into these Learning Management Systems: