American History in Video provides the
largest and richest collection of video available online for the study
of American history. It contains commercial and governmental newsreels,
archival footage, public affairs footage, and important documentaries.
Videos in this collection can
be embedded in D2L course content.
Please view this step-by-step
procedure for the recommended method to provide
access both on and off campus.
This product is optimized to operate with Microsoft
Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher, and Firefox 3.0 or
higher. Audio and video resources are accessible
with Adobe Flash Player 9 or higher.Check the
to verify this resource can be accessed from your
Functionality for scholarship and classroom use:
- Synchronized, searchable
transcripts run alongside each video. Move around in
the transcripts and the video catches up to that
- Rich playlist functionality lets users create and
annotate clips, and then organize them into playlists,
along with links to any other content on the Web.
- Permanent URLs let you cite and share whole videos or
your custom clips and playlists.
- Supplemental full-text resources, including filmmaker
biographies and discussion guides, accompany the videos.
American History in Video can be accessed from anywhere with a valid APSU ID.