Online Teaching Resources: Videos

Video Database Features

This table shows the features of UniSA's major video databases. Videos in these collections can be easily embedded into course sites to feature at 'point of need' or added to your eReserve reading lists. 

Note: Simply copying the browser URL into your course site will not work! 

Instead, view the accompanying 'Linking and embedding' boxes on this page for instructions. For how to add items to eReserve, consult our dedicated guide.

Database Name         Activities Streamed Video Presentations/ Lectures  News/TV
Alexander Street -Academic Video Online


Alexander Street-Counseling and Therapy in Video      
Anatomy TV      
HSTalks : the Business and management collection      
Informit: EduTV    
Informit: TVNews      
LinkedIn Learning    
SAGE Video: Criminology & Criminal Justice      
SAGE Video: Media, Communication & Cultural Studies      
SAGE video: Psychology      

TIP: Not sure which database covers your subject area?  visit our database list with each database listed under their relevant subject areas. 

Usage and Copyright

The AV collections on this page have been subscribed to by the University explicitly for use in teaching and learning. Use within lectures is permitted, as long as access is restricted to UniSA staff and students.

How you may use material from these resources in your course site depends upon the subscription licence terms. See "Linking & Embedding" under the relevant collection for any resource-specific advice that may apply.

Have other AV material for teaching instead? Our Copyright pages have you covered.

Teaching with LinkedIn Learning

Teaching with LinkedIn LearningDiscover Linked In Learning and how it can be used in your courses

In this video series, the LinkedIn Learning team shows how to use the tools and features of LinkedIn Learning to meet student learning needs and how to integrate digital resources into your classes and curriculum. Included in this course:

  • Teaching with elearning
  • Building digital literacy skills
  • Best Practices for creating content
  • Flipped learning
  • Blended learning

Linking and Embedding

Linking & Embedding:

  • Select the ‘Share’ button (1) above the video and copy the supplied URL or code (1b) that appears at the bottom

Additional Features (Requires Free Account):

  • Clips: Select the ‘Create Clip’ button (2) and create and/or sign in to your individual account when prompted. 
  • When finished, select the three vertical dots icon next to the clip and select ‘Share’. Then, as above, copy either the URL or embed code that appears

Linking & Embedding:

  • Click on the desired content:

  • Click on the embed cloud icon (1) on the left-hand side of the window and you will be presented with several options for embedding content:

You will need to turn cookies on for the Anatomy TV site in order for content to be reached once embedded, information on this can be found here.

Below is an example of embedded content, notice the ‘Text’ and ‘Diagrams’ tabs in the top right:

Additional features:

  • There are options for including text and product links in your embed link, along with changing the size of content and the style of embed link tailored to your specific embed location.

Linking & Embedding:

  • Select the ‘Share’ button (1) under the video and copy the supplied URL or embed code (1b) that appears.
  • Note: linking/embedding points to the first ‘chapter’ of the video by default.

Additional Features:

  • Interactive video: select the yellow button (2) under the video and follow the prompts
  • Clips: Select the ‘Clips’ button (3) under the video and follow the prompts

Linking & Embedding:

  • Select ‘Embed in Course/Own notes (1)
  • Choose either ‘Embed as Link’ (2) and copy the URL from the preview or select ‘Embed as Video’ (2a). Copy and Paste the HTML code provided.
  • Tip: There is an option to alter video size and to choose segment of the video at the bottom of the box (3).
  • For detailed instructions view the document: How to embed a HS talks lecture

Additional Features:

  • The videos may also include slides, printable handouts and reflective questions. These options are located to the right of the video.

Linking & embedding

  • Select either the embed or share link located to right of video (1).
  • Play the video to be able to select the share link option. This allows you to share the exact start timing required.
  • Copy the supplied iframe or share link (2)

Additional Features

  • Some videos include Transcripts as PDFs.
  • Sign up to a free personal account to access additional features including ability to create clips of videos and playlists.

Linking & Embedding:

  • Open the ‘Tools’ menu above the video and select ‘Embed’ to copy the embed script to your clipboard for use (1).
Note: Individual users’ browser configurations (privacy/cookies etc) may prevent embedded content from displaying. It is therefore recommended to also include a link:
  • Copy the URL that appears in the browser navigation bar
  • Add the following prefix:
  • Additional features:

    • ‘Track citations’ and ‘Create clip’ (Requires individual user registration).

Linking & Embedding:

You will need a personal LinkedIn account in order to embed content. Once you have set this up, you can embed up to 20 videos a month.

  • Access linked in learning via the library and sign in using your UniSA email address.
  • In the top right hand corner select: Me > Settings > “Connect LinkedIn account to LinkedIn learning account provided by your organization”
  • Follow the prompts to sign in and connect to your personal account
  • You will then see the embed option (2) when you select the ‘share’ arrow in the top right corner (1)

Note: this will embed the specific video, not the whole video course. So if you have a series of videos you would like to include, your best bet is just linking -unless you want to specifically embed each.

Please visit LinkedIn Learning for more information on LinkedIn Learning at UniSA

Linking & Embedding:

  • In the video window, click the ‘Share’ button (1) and then, if embedding, the ‘Embed’ button (2)

Additional features:

  • ‘Create clip’ feature (requires creation of a free individual account)

Linking & Embedding:

  • Select either the ‘Embed’ or ‘Get Link’ button (1) to the right of video and copy the supplied URL or code (1b) 
  • Tip: Scroll down in the pop up window to customise video size or to toggle between linking/embedding a chapter or the whole video. 
  • For detailed instructions view the video: How to embed 

Additional Features (Requires Free Account):

  • Clips: Select the ‘Create Clip’ button (2) and create and/or sign in to your individual account when prompted.
  • Nominate the video start and end points. When finished, select ‘Save to My Clips’. 
  • Go to your profile (3) Choose 'My Lists’, then select ‘My Clips’.
  • Select the clip you would like to link/embed, to return to the screen above. Then, follow the Linking and Embedding instructions as above. 
  •  For detailed instructions view the video: How to create a custom clip 

Additional Video Databases

The following collections vary in embedding and linking functionalities. Contact the Library to discuss how you can make use of these in your teaching.