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Online Educational Resources for Science: Videos

In this guide:

Peer reviewed scientific video journal that publishes video articles and allows authors to dynamically present their methods, data analyses and results clearly, accurately, and professionally.

Learn laboratory fundamentals and techniques with the new Science Education video demonstrations.

Online videos can be used in the lecture and the links can be shared within the UTS clients.

Henry Stewart Talks publishes animated audio visual presentations by leading world experts.

Video Links can be shared. Clips or slides can be embedded into website or word documents.

More than 4000  education TV programs on Science & Technology, Geography & Nature subject area are included in the form of streaming videos for Australian tertiary institutions.

The online TV programs can be used in the lecture, shared within UTS clients. Video clips can be created from the program.

Access to more than 1600  full-length streaming video titles in science subject area that published by Alexander Street Press, including documentary, instructional material,lecture/presentation.

The videos can be used in the classroom, shared within UTS clients. The clips can be created and embedded into the website.

Videos of real human anatomic specimens in their natural colors, texture and mobility. Includes exams and assessments 

High quality teaching video collection from CREDO Reference. Includes the reference entry and video collection, link to Google Books and News items

A collection of recorded TED talks on Science that aims to be thought-provoking and inspirational. Talks include transcripts.

Access: Free, also available via YouTube.

Creative Commons Licence - Attribution, Non-commercial, No Derivatives

If you’re looking for additional videos not part of the Library’s collections,  recommend new materials through our online form or contact a librarian from the Sciences and Technology Team.