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About Education in Video

Click here to learn about access to Teachers TV from Education in Video.

Education in Video is an international collection of streaming video developed specifically for training and developing teachers. This subscription-based collection includes hundreds of in-classroom videos on key teaching topics and themes from the most respected education publishers worldwide.

While most teachers log a number of hours in teaching clinics and classroom internships, their exposure to a diversity of schools, geographic regions, classroom types, teaching approaches, and student populations is limited. With Education in Video, students can access a diverse array of learning environments. Upon completion, the collection will stand as the most comprehensive video survey of the teaching profession available, including footage of classrooms outside of North America. For information about this collection please contact Alexander Street Press at

Teaching and Discussion Guides: Many of the videos in this collection include supplementary materials to aid in their use in classroom discussions and assignments. These materials are available as downloadable pdf files.

Research Power: Alexander Street Press has developed a way to combine the excitement of video with the uniquely powerful search capabilities our collections are known for. We've developed software applications that make use of Alexander Street's Semantic Indexing™ to enable precise searching and finding; easy browsing and moving about; citations down to the second; and searchable transcripts. Our video can be shared via embeddable links; user-created playlists and clips, with annotation features and the ability to incorporate other content from outside the collection; and more. These features and capabilities render video as useful for research and classroom use as any scholarly text.

Alexander Street videos feature:

  • uniquely powerful browse and search capabilities enabled by ASP's Semantic Indexing™
  • multiple points of access—browses, searches, thumbnail images, transcripts—allowing you to find your point of interest in hundreds of hours of video within seconds
  • synchronized, searchable transcripts
  • video clip-making tools
  • annotated playlists—you can make, annotate, and share playlists for course or individual use, and you can include links to materials or resources outside of the collection to make this your one-stop resource
  • high quality, licensed, in-copyright material plus other valuable footage
  • the ability to create synchronized annotations and multi-media presentations
  • an embeddable video player and playlist for use on a class Web site, library home page, or an electronic syllabus—lets you drive usage and deliver content to users where and when they need it without instructions or countless screens and clicks
  • streaming, quickly accessible online video at 400 and 800 kbps with no delays and no special equipment (just Flash and a browser)
  • Open URL compliance

2. Notes on This Release

All videos and transcripts in the collection have been Semantically Indexed™ and are fully searchable and browsable.

3. Acknowledgments

At Alexander Street, the following people have been instrumental in the development of the collection:

  • Andrea Eastman-Mullins
  • Aaron Wood
  • Chris Towne
  • Christina Chamberlain
  • David Vaughn
  • Greg Fagan
  • Hao Xu
  • JiaJun Zhu
  • Julie Miller
  • Liz Dutton
  • Lucy Sullivan
  • Liza Rossick
  • Mike Kangal
  • Mike Walthen
  • Nazar Sharunenko
  • Pat Carlson
  • Paul Dixon
  • Stephanie Garrett
  • Stephen Rhind-Tutt
  • Tim Lloyd
  • Ziep Truong

4. Subscription and Free Trial Information

Education in Video is available for one-time purchase of perpetual access, or as an annual subscription. Please contact us at if you wish to begin a subscription or to request a free 30-day trial.

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6. Errata

Our intention is to have a database without errors. We appreciate suggestions for improvements and notice of factual errors. To report errors or to suggest improvements, please email Please identify the video title, collection, publisher, and publication date, as well as the issue itself, whether in the video, the transcript, or other accompanying materials. Please also include your email address, so that we can let you know the status of your correction.

7. Copyright

All materials in the database are protected under U.S. and International Copyright Law.

8. Cataloging Records

MARC records will be available for this collection

About Teachers TV from Education in Video

All 3,095 of the globally acclaimed Teachers TV videos are now part of the Education in Video collection. Education in Video is a subscription database, but the Teachers TV professional development, in-classroom videos are freely available—with full Education in Video functionality—to everyone in the United Kingdom. This means that the Teachers TV videos will be enhanced with added functionality, including scrolling transcripts and searchable text, as well as subject indexing. Through this site, teachers, education students, and their professors can, for the first time, make their own clips and playlists of the Teachers TV content, tailored to their own needs.

Upon completion, the collection will contain all 3,095 video titles totaling 803 hours of teaching demonstrations.

For information on subscriptions to the complete Education in Video collection, or to request a free trial, please contact us at