Academic Video Online (AVON) is a multidisciplinary collection of videos that touches on the curriculum needs of virtually every department allowing students and researchers alike to analyze unique and valuable content from over 500 producers and distributors around the world.
Ethnographic Video Online provides the largest, most comprehensive resource for the study of human culture and behavior more than 750 hours and 1,000 films at completion.
The collection covers every region of the world and features the work of many of the most influential documentary filmmakers of the 20th century, including interviews, previously unreleased raw footage, field notes, study guides, and more. This first release includes 404 videos totaling roughly 270 hours.
Kanopy is a streaming video service that provides access to videos on the following topics: Film & Popular; Education (k-12); Global Studies & Languages; Health; Media & Communication; and Social Sciences.
Dr. Bernadette Sanchez discusses emerging adulthood in the context of urban low-income Latino adolescence. She discusses the role of social and economic context and how family obligation attitudes affect emerging adults. Sanchez compares her study to the studies done on white middle class college populations.
6 videos on Late Adulthood, including:
Retirement & Options for Living
The Social Convoy
Death and Dying
In Their Own Words: The Social Convoy
In Their Own Words: Retirement
In Their Own Words: Integrity and Despair
The series' Signature Hour interweaves discoveries from neuroscience with the stories of families and communities struggling to provide the nurturing environments all babies and young children need to thrive--while too often hindered by social conditions that put their children on low developmental paths. It reveals how stressors on parents - for time, money, and resources - can drip down on their infants and young children, literally altering the wiring of their developing brains with enduring effects. Why are so many children faring so poorly in the richest nation on the planet? How might we do better?
A startling new map of the human brain has emerged during the past decade of neuroscience research, contradicting much of what was previously believed. Narrated by Blair Brown and directed by David Grubin, this series tells stories through a mix of personal histories, expert commentary, and cutting-edge animation. Viewers learn startling new truths about the brain as they journey inside about this complicated organ.