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Streaming Media: Finding & Using the Libraries' Streaming Media Collection

Discover and access library-supported streaming media

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 Academic Video Online (AVON)

AVON provides unlimited access to more than 63,000 videos all cross-searchable from a single platform. This interdisciplinary database includes scholarly video material and award-winning films. AVON is the most comprehensive video subscription available to libraries.

Find Streaming Media

Search OneSearch

OneSearch contains Adelphi's currently-licensed streaming content. To access a film: search in OneSearch, click on the title you wish to view, and locate the access link. Note that streaming licenses (access) may expire; if applicable, the OneSearch record includes the license expiration date. If you search for a specific title and cannot find/access it, that means we do not have a current license to that video. 

Where can I find streaming content on the Libraries' website?

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What is streaming media?

"Streaming media" refers to audiovisual content that can be accessed through computers or mobile devices with Internet capabilities. The University Libraries' streaming media collection offers a large selection of documentary, educational, and popular works. 

Who can use Adelphi's streaming media?

Current students, staff, and faculty may access the library’s collection of streaming video and audio on-campus or off-campus.

To do so, you will need:

  • A computer or mobile device with Internet capabilities

  • Your Adelphi username and password.

You must sign in to access streaming media content; contact the IT Help Desk if you are having trouble logging in with your Adelphi username and password.