The Films on Demand collection includes over 98,000 digital videos available to the Union Institute & University community for free. These videos can be streamed online and embedded in CampusWeb courses. The collection includes quality video productions from A&E, PBS, the BBC, National Geographic, HBO Documentary Films, Open University, Annenberg Learner, TED, Films for the Humanities & Sciences, and more. This month’s featured video is the Infant-Toddler Learning Environment.
Infants and toddlers are born explorers and the environments in which they are cared for become their laboratory. This program includes real-life examples on how to create a supportive infant-toddler learning environment that invites children to explore their surroundings and supports their sensory-motor way of learning. -Film Description
Films on Demand (all videos) ● academic success ● anthropology ● business & economics ● career & job search ● childcare ● child & adolescent development ● counseling & social work ● criminal justice ● environmental science ● education (see also Education in Video) ● health, medicine, and wellness ● history ● leadership ● literature ● parenting & child development ● political science ● public health ● psychology & counseling (see also Counseling & Therapy in Video and Psychotherapy.net) ● special education