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O’Reilly for Higher Education

Videos

O´Reilly for Higher Education contains videos in IT and business from publishers like Adobe, Cisco, McGraw-Hill, Microsoft, O´Reilly, Pearson and Wiley.

There are several ways to find videos on the O´Reilly platform. On the Home Page, you can browse Recommended for you, Recently Added and Popular Videos. You can browse videos by topics. You can search the database, on the result list use the Formats drop down menu, select Videos and then click Select Formats.

Remember that there are also other content formats - Learning PathsExpert Playlists and Resource Centers.

Video Information Page

On the Video information page you will find:
1) Video specification.
2) The Contents tab lists the clips available, which you can access directly. You can scroll up and down and select a clip to play. When you finish playing a clip, you will be auto-advanced to the next clip. Put the whole video or separate chapters in a Playlist.
3) For each chapter and clip, there will be a progress bar and a checkmark when completed.
4) Click START or CONTINUE to watch the video.

Video player page

On the Video player page you will find:
1) Player controls (Closed captions, Playback speed, Quality settings, Full screen)
2) Contents lists the clips available, which you can access directly. You can scroll up and down and select a clip to play. When you finish playing a clip, you will be auto-advanced to the next clip.
3) For for each chapter and clip, there will be a progress bar and a checkmark when completed.
4) Put the whole video, separate chapters or clips in a Playlist.
5) For select titles there will be a transcript available, that gives you access to the written script of the video.
6) Description (where provided) gives you a brief summary of what’s covered in the video or audio book.

For select titles, there will also be Resources, including things like a link to the publisher’s website and extra pages.