Streaming video is content delivered to a computer via an internet connection. Unlike video downloads, streaming video plays almost immediately after the viewer hits "play" and doesn't require a copy of the file to be downloaded or stored on the computer used for viewing. YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, and other content streaming services use the same techniques to stream videos. Widener University subscribes to academic video services to assist students and instructors. This guide will demonstrate the resources we provide and give advice for using free and pay-per-view options outside of the university subscriptions.
If you want a more in-depth description of streaming video, check out this HowStuffWorks article.
The subscription services offered through Widener University are:
The "Using Video in Class" page in this guide includes best practices and frequently asked questions for using video in person and online.