These are the key library databases that provide video. These databases also offer the playlist capabilities.
The ULS is currently streaming a select number of films on Kanopy. You can search for ‘Kanopy’ in PittCat to see these titles. The expiration date varies by title but is visible in the detailed information provided in PittCat.
Anyone interested in gaining access to film or media for research or teaching are encouraged to submit the media request form.
A playlist is a selection of media (text, images, videos, clips, tracks, URLs) that are grouped together. You can also add ANY outside URL to a playlist, including links to YouTube videos. Annotations can be added to anything in the playlist.
You can save your own playlists in the Alexander Street Press music and theater databases, share them with students via permanent URL's, or embed the URLs and video into CourseWeb.
To find ULS D-Scribe digital publishing that contains video files, search the collections.
There are currently 5 collections that have video:
|D-Scholarship@Pitt||Dick Thornburgh Papers||Free at Last? Slavery in Pittsburgh in the 18th and 19th Centuries||Historic Pittsburgh: Collection Homepage||Pennsylvania Digital Library
Search by format for video
Pitt maintains a collection of course and event related videos through Panopto. You must use a Pitt username and password to log in.