These instructor manuals are designed to aid educators using Sage Video content within their teaching practices with examples of how to teach different topics using the videos in our collections.
Learn more about how faculty at different institutions have successfully incorporated Sage Video into their course curricula.
Each of the 15 subject collections contains a multitude of 14 different content types designed to meet the needs of different end users, such as undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty needing video support in their teaching, or researchers looking for content to aid their academic work. Start exploring our video types by clicking on the icons below:
Sage Video brings teaching, learning, and research to life whenever and wherever you and your students may be. Today’s student demands and consumes video content like never before and video-based learning has long been used as an educational tool to assist in classroom teaching. Various technological advances and current events have significantly impacted the acceleration of video use in higher education.
Sage Video is designed with unparalleled publishing expertise, disciplinary knowledge, and exposure to leading experts in the field, making it an essential addition to a host of classroom contexts to engage students, on- or off-campus.
Get a quick overview on how to access video embed codes and use those codes to embed video content in an LMS or other online space.
This 3-minute video teaches you how to create a custom video clip in Sage Video as well as how to access embed codes and share links for custom clip content for use in an LMS or other online space.
Watch this brief video from the instructor perspective on using Sage Video in the classroom.
With an immense change in higher education, from the flipped classroom to the rise and fall of MOOCs, Sage looks to a myriad of research (along with our own), to understand this change and how multimedia, in particular video, is fitting in and driving learning outcomes for students. As a publisher of academic video, most of which is unique content to Sage, we are vested in creating content to meet the needs of all patrons in this higher education environment and want to ensure our videos will be used and ultimately drive strong learning outcomes for the end user.
Take a look at this video from our Senior Publisher of Sage Video, Michael Carmichael, on “Video and Effective Pedagogy: Learning and Application,” highlighting this research and how Sage has responded as it applies the findings in developing our own video collections to provide the highest quality educational video for faculty, students, and researchers.
Business & Management: Globalization: The Rana Plaza Factory Collapse
Counseling & Psychotherapy: Helping Clients Understand Their Thinking
Criminology & Criminal Justice: Division Chief: Diversity in Law Enforcement
Economics: Political Economy of Media
Education: Inclusive Education
Leadership: Servant Leadership: Backpacks for Life
Media, Communication & Cultural Studies: Six Basic Emotions Revealed by the Face
Nursing: Key Concepts in Nursing Research
Political Science & International Relations: Comparative Politics: Presidential Systems
Psychology: Who Do You Want Your Child To Be?
Research Methods: Dan Chambliss Discusses Social Research
Social Work: Bringing Change Through International Social Welfare
Do you want to spark engaging academic discussions with your students? Are you teaching an online course and want to include videos in your learning modules that will not disappear on you? Sage Video offers the following:
Did you know that 92% (SAGE Global Surveys, 2014) of faculty use video in class, according to a number of global surveys of faculty across disciplines. With Sage Video you can:
Click the images below to access external guides that explain how to embed videos directly into these LMS: