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Streaming Media in Your Course: Introduction


As audio-visual materials become increasingly popular for teaching and learning, FSU Libraries is here to help instructors find, utilize, and deliver the media you need to support your curriculum. This guide provides an organized overview of using streaming media in your courses from an introduction of different media models, FSU Libraries' streaming media resources, and directions on how to request media services for your classes.

Contact Your Librarians

Lindsey Wharton
Extended Campus & Distance Services Librarian


Dave Rodriguez
Resident Media Librarian


In This Guide

  1. Streaming Video ModelsThere are several streaming options available to instructors. What you choose will largely depend on what kinds of streaming video you would like to use.
  2. Find Streaming Content @ FSU Libraries: FSU Libraries offers several streaming video databases and options that can be utilized for engaging course content.
  3. FAQ: In-Person, Online, and Fair Use: There are different guidelines for showing videos in your in-person and online courses. Let us help you navigate the complex rules of fair use and the Teach Act. 
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