Best Video Resources

This Baruch CTL-developed resource explains how and why you would use Vocat, a video annotation tool, in your course. The site provides an extensive catalog of videos sorted by topic, from advertising and the Civil Rights movement to feminism and New York, that could be useful in a range of courses. Writing teachers will want to check out the Digital Storytelling category, with CUNY oral histories from Donald McQuade and Sondra Perl and a series of oral histories about teaching SEEK during open admissions.

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Openly licensed but not OER - Look out for restrictions on modification and/or redistribution.Zero cost but not OER or openly licensed - Look out for restrictions on use, modification, and/or redistribution.The materials on Best Video Resources are openly licensed or zero cost, but not OER.