Off-campus access is available to all JIBC faculty/staff and students.
Contact the Library for the User ID and Password required for off-site access.
A series of 18 videos that present techniques for physical assessment.
CBC Curio provides instructors and students with streaming access to the best in educational content from CBC and Radio-Canada. Includes documentaries from television and radio, news reports, archival material, stock shots and the specialized News in Review Channel.
To create playlists and use other personalized features of Curio, you'll need to create an account:
- Cursor over the Login button
- Click "Enter Using An Access Code
- Current faculty and students should contact the Library for an access code
- Fill out the short registration form and click Continue
- An activation link will be sent to you by email
NOTE: Once you sign in using your own account, cursor over My Curio, then click on My Profile. Please ensure that all age groups are selected under "Authorized age groups" so that you can search (while in your own account) the complete collection.
From Alexander Street Press. Includes hundreds of hours of video for professionals and students in criminal justice and public safety. Documentaries and interviews provide personal field experiences as well as insight into the function and controversies of the justice system. Featuring titles by In the Line of Duty, BBC, and A&E Television.
Users may create (for free) their own personal account to create playlists or save clips.
For additional information, visit their Resource Center (http://alexanderstreet.com/resource-center), scroll down and locate the "Video tutorials" section.
Featuring more than 2,400 titles covering economic theory, basic business education, accounting and finance fundamentals, business ethics and law, management and marketing.
The following videos are also available in our streaming A-La-Carte Collection as well as in DVD format (may be borrowed from our Library).
- Breaking the Cycle of Abuse
- Reading Essentials, Speaking Essentials, Writing Essentials, Listening Essentials
- The Worst Offenders: Can They Change?
Kanopy is an on-demand streaming video service for educational institutions. Kanopy works directly with filmmakers and film distribution companies to offer award-winning collections including titles from PBS, BBC, Criterion Collection, Media Education Foundation and more. Kanopy provides access to films in the areas of Abuse, Alcoholism, Conflict Negotiation, Law & Criminal Justice, Medicine, Nursing, Race & Class Studies, Trauma, and many more.
The National Film Board (NFB) site provides access to an online collection of over 2,500 Canadian films, including, documentaries, animations, and alternative dramas which can be shown in the classroom. The JIBC Library’s educational license with NFB provides access to additional CAMPUS titles. Subject areas (Channels) covered includes Aboriginal Peoples, Classics, Crime and Legal, Current Affairs, Education, History, Worlds and many more.
Users may create (for free) their own personal account allowing them to select their favorite NFB channels, use NFB’s study guides, or create playlists (choose when to Start and End your Chapter, add notes, and present your selections to the class). For more information visit NFB Quickstart Guide (to create your account) or NFB Resources for Educators (to learn more about the playlists).
This streamed video series is available for JIBC police recruits and instructors only. OPVTA videos are produced by the Niagara Regional Police Service Video Unit, whose work has garnered international recognition and nearly 200 awards. Support materials and lesson plans are available on their site. The Library will arrange streaming access for eligible individuals.
Many of the streamed videos are available in DVD format. They can be borrowed by JIBC Program Students, Faculty and Staff.
In 2014 the British Pathe collection of more than 85,000 historic newsreels was uploaded to Youtube and made available for free. In 2015, Associated Press and British Movietone announced that they have created a similar free archive on Youtube, containing over 1 million minutes and 550,000 videos dating from 1895 to the present.
Associated Press Archive
Last updated February 27, 2019