[Eril-l] [External] Re: Workflow for single streaming video orders?
Martincik, Lisa L
lisa-martincik at uiowa.edu
Mon Sep 28 11:39:43 PDT 2020
Matt I keep a similar list but was unaware of the Chrome Extension, thanks!
We too created a form, but for Libraries staff to use; we encourage our users to do everything via their selectors. That said, I do still check the usual suspects for duplication 😊
As for hosting, we have our own server and use Kaltura as a front end.
Lisa Martincik lisa-martincik at uiowa.edu<mailto:lisa-martincik at uiowa.edu>
University of Iowa
Electronic Resources Librarian
319-384-0648 she / they
From: Eril-l <eril-l-bounces at lists.eril-l.org> On Behalf Of Matthew Jabaily
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I took over a streaming video workflow not long ago and found the searching overwhelming, so I developed a list of search URLs that I keep in a plain text file (see below for examples). There’s a URL for our catalog, many of our film databases, our film providers, JustWatch, etc. If I don’t have a good search URL for a source, I make a modified Google search. When I get a new request (via a form we recently built) I go to the text file and use Find and Replace to put in the new title (replacing the last one I searched). Then I use a utility (I like the Chrome extension “Open Multiple URLs<https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/open-multiple-urls/oifijhaokejakekmnjmphonojcfkpbbh?hl=en>”) to run all the searches at once in separate tabs. I then work through the tabs, closing the ones that aren’t helpful. It’s not perfect, but I’ve found this makes my searches much faster and less frustrating.
https://library.uccs.edu/search/?searchtype=t&searcharg=Nostalgia for the Light
https://libproxy.uccs.edu/login?url=https://video.alexanderstreet.com/channel/academic-video-online?q=Nostalgia for the Light
https://video.alexanderstreet.com/channel/alexander-street-store?q=Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.swank.com/digital-campus/Search?query=Nostalgia for the Light
https://uccs.kanopy.com/s?query=Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.google.com/search?q=kanopy+Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.google.com/search?q=docuseek+Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.justwatch.com/us/search?q=Nostalgia for the Light
https://media3.criterionpic.com/display/014/wwt770?kw=Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.filmplatform.net/?s=Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.films.com/ecSearch.aspx?q=Nostalgia for the Light
https://gooddocs.net/search?type=product%2Carticle&q=Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.criterionchannel.com/search?q=Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.videoproject.com/search.asp?keyword=Nostalgia for the Light
https://www.google.com/search?q=Nostalgia for the Light
Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian
Kraemer Family Library
University of Colorado Colorado Springs
1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
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To Julie’s comment, what one person finds annoying, another person may find helpful.
Diane’s workflow very roughly corresponds to ours also. Searching for where something may be available is ridiculous, I agree, and you’d think there’d be a better solution out there by now. VIDEOLIB is indeed overwhelming and this seemed to me (this = where can I find x?) to comprise 99% of the traffic there. But it is a useful list anyway.
As for locally hosting for streaming, we use Ensemble (https://www.ensemblevideo.com). This is all managed, paid for, etc. by our campus IT organization, and we rely heavily on it.
Assistant Professor and Group Leader for Resource Description and Digital Initiatives
Buswell Library | Wheaton College (IL) | +1 (630) 752-5852
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