About SAGE Video
- About SAGE Video
- SAGE Video
- Title Lists
- Instructor Manuals
- Five Pillars of SAGE Video Content
- The SAGE Knowledge Platform
- Requesting a trial
- Librarian Account
About SAGE Video
SAGE Video is a series of online collections developed in partnership with leading academics, societies and practitioners, including many of SAGE’s own authors and academic partners, to deliver cutting-edge pedagogical collections mapped to disciplinary curricular needs within the social sciences.
Each discipline collection is now presented alongside our book and reference collections on SAGE Knowledge. SAGE Video supports use across higher education, from pedagogical needs for undergraduate teaching and learning, through to higher level academic research.
SAGE Video combines originally commissioned and produced material with licensed videos and co-productions, to provide a complete disciplinary resource for students, faculty, and researchers.
With each collection overseen by an esteemed and international Editorial Advisory Board, the SAGE Video is a must-have for any academic library with holdings in these fields.
Benefits and features of SAGE Video
- Access to over 1,000 hours across 3,400 videos.
- Discipline covered include Education; Media, Communication & Cultural Studies; Counseling & Psychotherapy; Business & Management; Politics & International Relations; Psychology; Sociology; and Criminology & Criminal Justice.
- Full title level MARC Records.
- SAGE Knowledge books and reference works available alongside SAGE Video content
- HTML5 Player
- Video clip creation
- Change video play speed
- Closed captioning
- Change video size
- Auto-scroll, searchable, downloadable transcripts
- Keyboard shortcut keys
- Multiple citation options
- Save video to playlist
- Embeddable HTML codes for web pages and Learning Management Systems
- Abstracts for each video
SAGE Video has eight collections available:
I. Counseling and Psychotherapy
Drawing upon a vast network of SAGE’s authors and editors, the Counseling and Psychotherapy collection of more than 120 hours and 430 videos includes how-to tutorials from Mick Cooper on Empathy, interviews with Jerrold Lee Shapiro on Existential Psychotherapy and John McLeod on Evidence-Based Practice, along with many more experts from around the world.
From CBT to Gestalt Therapy, and from Counseling Skills to Counseling Training, it features extensive demonstrations of clients and practitioners in real-life professional contexts designed to illustrate best practice and provide an essential insight for students to master the skills and techniques they need to succeed.
Editorially selected films from the Counseling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body and Psychotherapy Networker complete this collection.
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II. Communication and Media Studies
This internationally diverse collection of more than 110 hours and almost 600 videos offers academic viewpoints and real-life insights into practices studied in Communication and Media Studies courses. Top Hollywood producer Martin Cohen discusses film production, and contributors also include Sonia Livingstone on New Media, Joe Turow on Advertising, Barbara Zelizer on Journalism, and Stuart Hall on Representation.
Hot topics such as Digital, Mobile and Big Data engage students in debate. Films made in co-operation with the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, seminal documentaries from the Media Education Foundation and BBC Worldwide, and much more, complete the collection.
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Comprised of 115 hours and 550 videos, this collection offers a practical view into a full range of teaching settings and situations, from early years to educational leadership to support students needing to understand theory or how to apply it in practice.
Bestselling author and activist Temple Grandin discusses Autism, and other contributors include leading authors Peter Smith on Bullying, Wendy W. Murawski on Co-Teaching, Julia Link Roberts on Gifted and Talented, and many more.
The collection includes observational classroom footage, and teachers, principals and other education practitioners demonstrating and discuss key methods. Completing the collection are editorially selected documentaries from BBC Worldwide and the award-winning Siren Films.
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IV. Business & Management
This extensive and diverse collection features more than 143 hours of video, including in-depth interviews with experts from across the globe on topics as varied as innovation management, corporate social responsibility and social media marketing. View the very latest insights from marketing practitioners at brands including Kellogg’s and McDonald’s and watch management professionals, business leaders, entrepreneurs and marketers at work.
Looking for a clear tutorial on product pricing strategies, or a step-by-step to team leadership essentials? Outstanding lecturers from a multitude of different universities give short, clear tutorial videos, all carefully tagged to a disciplinary taxonomy. Case study videos focus in on real world examples, such as the Rana Plaza factory collapse or the strategic alliance between Disney and Pixar, to encourage students to apply theory to practice and reflect on the issues raised.
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V. Politics & International Relations
With content types designed to fit a variety of learning needs, this collection contains 132 hours of video and reinforces course fundamentals, introduces new perspectives, and brings theory to life with in-practice examples. See politics in action as MP Steve Reed meets with members of his constituency, as John McTernan shares insights on his role as political adviser to Tony Blair and Julia Gillard, or hear an ex-IRA member turned community peace activist discuss his personal experiences during the Troubles.
Looking for a clear tutorial on the American Presidency, or a step-by-step guide to policy analysis? Outstanding lecturers from a multitude of different universities give short, clear tutorial videos, all carefully tagged to a disciplinary taxonomy. In addition, carefully curated licensed film content, including seminal documentaries from BBC Worldwide and footage of famous political speeches from, among others, Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy, provide an additional stream of content for classroom use.
This collection includes 134 hours of video and reinforces course fundamentals, introduces new perspectives, and brings theory to life with in-practice examples. Students can truly get an image of what theory into practice really looks like with original films focusing on the work of professional psychologists: from forensic and clinical psychologists working with offenders inside a prison; clinicians – often involving real patients – examining a full spectrum of mental health disorders; sport psychologists; educational psychologists; and many more besides.
Many videos also feature leading experts in the field discussing their scholarly work: there are authors of SAGE’s most downloaded journal papers discussing the impact of their research and giving advice to students on how to interpret their findings; plus, there is exclusive SAGE footage of leading speaker sessions from the most recent Psychonomic Society conference in Chicago, featuring work that will be published in the world’s top-ranked journals over the next two years.
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With more than 120 hours of video, the Sociology Collection covers the full spectrum of the Sociology discipline and supports students and researchers at all levels. An array of different video types are available, including multiple hours of In Practice videos that highlight careers and practitioners in the real world; tutorial videos that shed light on hot topics within the field; and case study videos that explore particular research and its impacts on policy.
Contributors include George Ritzer on Consumption, Akwugo Emejulu on Social Justice and Les Back on Race, Class and Ethnicity.
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VIII. Criminology & Criminal Justice
With more than 120 hours of video covering all branches of the Criminal Justice system, the Criminology & Criminal Justice Collection supports students and researchers at all levels via tutorial videos that take viewers step-by-step through the criminal investigation process; case studies that show how that research affects policy and practices; and films that take you inside forensics labs, correctional facilities, and court rooms.
Contributors include Ben Bowling on Global Policing and International Law Enforcement, Larry Sherman on Evidence-Based Policing, David Wall on Policing Cybercrime, and more.
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To view the full title lists for each discipline click on the links below.
- Business and Management | Excel
- Counseling & Psychotherapy | Excel
- Criminology & Criminal Justice | Excel
- Education| Excel
- Media, Communication, & Cultural Studies | Excel
- Politics and International Relations | Excel
- Psychology | Excel
- Social Work | Excel
- Sociology | Excel
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These manuals are faculty-oriented guides designed to help course instructors implement SAGE Video content within their teaching practices. Whether delivering lectures, research assignments, class discussion, or different forms of assessment, the following documents are intended to help instructors think about how they might use video in their course teaching, providing practical examples for implementation. Written by academic faculty members in the relevant disciplines, each Instructor’s Manual is organized by content type, describing the value of using that particular content type in a given discipline, then selects a video example and lists the courses in which this could be used. The manuals offer carefully curated clips of that content and the key concepts in which the clips will aid learning, and provide a variety of different course contexts where these clips can enhance instruction, such as assignments and assessments.
- Business & Management
- Counseling & Psychotherapy
- Criminology & Criminal Justice
- Media, Communication & Cultural Studies
- Politics & International Relations
Five Pillars of SAGE Video Content
We pride ourselves on the following elements core to SAGE Video:
- A multitude of experts have participated: academics, tutors and practitioners including many of our authors, editors and our partnering academic societies
- A team of Editorial Board members have overseen collection development from helping us refine the overall content strategy and developing the taxonomy, to auditing selections and recommending videos to include
- Our in-house subject editorial experts at SAGE have contributed to the content strategy
Each collection contains a multitude of different content types designed to meet the needs of different end users, such as the undergraduate student, the graduate student, faculty needing video support in their teaching, or researchers looking for content to aid their academic work. The content types that can be found in the SAGE Video collections are:
- Archival Content: Typically historical footage from the archives, almost certainly licensed or purchased content, representing key historical figures or events in their space and time (e.g. interviews with classic theorists or scientists discussing famous experiments).
- Definition: Comprises two types of video: 1) a SAGE Short, a 1-2 minute description of a key concept by a leading academic, with some elevation of that concept (e.g. how it's seen in research, the real world, in practice); 2) Or a 7-10 minute video by a Reference author examining a concept's meaning in depth, looking at its relationship with other concepts, current research trends, and historical contexts surrounding the foundation of that concept.
- Documentary: Almost always a licensed film handling a subject matter in long-form, this might be a BBC film examining the rise of obesity in children, or another documentary addressing the issue of race in society etc.
- Interview: Can be either 1) a SAGE Expert interview of about 40-45 minutes (segmented into 13-15 questions/topics) with a leading academic in the field and going into depth about their experience in given field and/observations on trajectories, or 2) another video interview with an academic or practitioner (equally segmented into chapters).
- Lecture: Could be either an originally filmed SAGE Lecture or a licensed lecture from another source, these longer form videos will be engaging videos covering major syllabi topics in the social sciences.
- Panel Discussion: This might be SAGE Forum content filmed directly at a leading academic conference, or alternative video (licensed or otherwise) illustrating conversation or debates between people with differing opinions and perspectives.
- Tutorial: Can be either a 1) SAGE Tutorial providing overview of key course topic in 10-15 minutes, or 2) another Tutorial film explaining the principles of a key course topic; how to understand it, how to do it (e.g. a research method), what the key points about a key topic are etc.
- Raw/Observational Footage: Often, non-narrated and non-contextualised footage of an event or experience, for example classroom behaviour in an elementary school or a real counseling session.
- Video Case: Could be a SAGE Case Study which is a 10-15 film examining a certain context or problem under the microscope pertinent to syllabi needs (controversial research, business case, interesting real life event explaining behavior) to help shed further light on a key course topic; or 2) a 5-10 minute video from a SAGE Journal author explaining why their (top downloaded) paper was so impactful, how a student might decipher it further, what the paper leaves 'unanswered' in terms of further questions.
- In Practice: Either SAGE In Practice videos or other videos focusing on practitioner contexts, these are anywhere from 5-30 minute videos that help make connections between theory and practice for students by showing them real world application. These films will provide footage on location of authentic situations of people ‘in practice’ to provide students with real life context, whether that is with a teacher in a classroom, a counseling session for psychology, a newsroom for journalism, or an office for leadership.
- Conference: Again, could be a SAGE Forum original video filmed at an academic conference, or perhaps licensed content directly from a leading academic meeting. This might be a keynote presentation, a workshop, plenary session etc.
N.B. not all collections contain every content type, but they will be found across all of our collections.
- More than 60% of video in each collection is exclusively provided by SAGE, providing assurance that the collections will not be subject to flux and disruption
- SAGE's licensing approach means that any library purchasing a collection will own that content for the life of the file format provided
- SAGE is a company that is and always will be independent, which means we have full control of our business models and content development
Curricula and Discipline Matching
Each video is tagged against taxonomy terms for that subject collection; taxonomies are carefully created having examined the curricula and key areas of academic interest in these disciplines. As our commissioning approach is evidence-based, we are confident that the videos closely align with the curricula and disciplines for which they are intended.
Our authors, editors and other contributors are from around the world. Where we have identified regional differences in teaching and learning, different perspectives are provided in videos with different international voices.
The SAGE Knowledge Platform
SAGE Knowledge is home to an expansive range of SAGE eBook and eReference content alongside SAGE Video, containing over 4,600 titles. Content includes reference works, academic books, professional development titles and more. This cross-media platform allows users to search and browse over 10,000 items, video, book and reference titles within the Social Sciences.
The benefits of the new SAGE Knowledge platform include:
- responsive design making for ease of use on mobile devices
- improved discoverability
- an improved design
- a revised search for users to find what they need faster and more accurately
- a unified platform hosting SAGE Video alongside books and reference
In addition, links to related SAGE Journals and SAGE Research Methods content via the SAGE Recommends widget on each content page create a diverse research environment.
You can browse our subject collections to discover the range of content on offer. Access any of our collections from the “Browse” link on the top header, or from the rotating banner on the SAGE Video homepage.
Each collection homepage presents some highlights of the collection in rotating banner, as well as a list of subject headings.
Click on the arrow to the right of each subject heading to see a list of sub-headings. Clicking on a subject heading or subheading will take you to a list of all the videos relevant to that topic on SAGE Video.
The Quick Search box appears at the top left of every page. Enter one or more search terms directly in this box wherever you are on the platform and press enter or click the magnifying glass icon. If you are searching for a particular phrase, enclose it in double quotes (“ ”) to look for exact matches.
The Quick Search field supports Boolean queries. “AND”, “OR” and “NOT” can be used to denote the relationship between conjoint terms. Including “*” within your search term will indicate that you are looking for results where “*” matches any number of missing characters. Including “?” within your search term will indicate that you are looking for a result where “?” is a single missing character. A predictive text feature is also available via the Quick Search box. If you start typing a term that is included in the SAGE Video taxonomy, predictive text will pop up to help you with your search.
The SAGE Video Advanced Search feature has been designed to allow you to create a more targeted query for content within this product.
As with the Quick Search box, If you are searching for a multi-word phrase, enclose it in double quotes (“ ”) to look for exact matches.
The Advanced Search fields support Boolean queries. Use “AND”, “OR” and “NOT” to denote the relationship between conjoint terms. Including “*” within your search term will indicate that you are looking for results where “*” matches any number of missing characters. Including “?” within your search term will indicate that you are looking for a result where “?” is a single missing character.
Make your searches more precise by targeting specific fields using the drop-down menu to the right of the search box:
- Full Text –this will refine the search to all words in all video transcripts on the site
- Title – searches within this criteria will refine the search to just the titles of content within this product
- Abstract – searches within this criteria will refine the search to just the abstracts within this product
- Keywords – searches within this criteria will refine the search to just the keywords within this product
- DOI – searches within this criteria will refine the search to the unique Digital Object Identify (DOI) that we have applied to chapters, entries and articles
- ISBN – searches within this criteria will refine the search to the unique ISBN that we have applied to each video within this product
Add new rows to extend your query.
Already know who you’re looking for? Enter their name(s) in the Person field, and use the check-boxes to extend or limit your search to particular roles:
- Interviewer or Interviewee
- Publication Info
You can target particular publishers or date ranges to locate the video you want. Use this section to search by:
- Publication place
- Year of first publication
- Year of online publication on SAGE Video
You can also choose to search only videos of one particular type or genre. Choose from:
- In Practice
- Raw/Observational Footage
- Video Case
You can search within particular subject areas of the social sciences disciplines. Use the drop-down menu to select the discipline or sub-discipline you are interested in searching.
In addition, SAGE Video offers the possibility of targeting subjects discussed within videos in your search. Choose from:
- Person Discussed
- Organization Discussed
- Historical Event Discussed
- Location Discussed
The Search Results page displays a list of content matching your search criteria. A summary of your search parameters and the total number of results found is displayed at the top of the search results page. If all results cannot be displayed on a single page, links to view the next page of results will appear at the top and bottom of this page.
You will be able to see the following information for each asset listed in the search results:
- Selected metadata about each asset, including who appears in the video and what type of video it is, as well as publication information and the DOI
- An extract from the abstract, or snippets from the transcript highlighting where your search term appears in the video
Search results are automatically sorted by relevance, but they can be sorted by Title or Publication Date if you click on the links at the top right side of the page. The results displayed per page can be modified using the filters available at the top and the bottom of your screen.
By default, the list of search results will contain whole video works only. You can choose to add segments to your search results by using the filters on the right side of the page.
Search results options
Use the save and text size icons above the search filters to increase or reduce the font size, and to save a search to your personal profile.
If you do not have a personal profile or if you are not logged in when you try to save a search, you will be prompted to create a profile or to log in.
To make your search more targeted, we provide the following options, available on the right side of the search results page:
- Search within results
- Refine by:
- Pub date
- Production type
- Content type: Video can then be refined to interview, documentary, video case, tutorial, in practice, and definitions.
Video Content Page
Video and Video Segments
This area displays the title of the video and the title of the video segment:
- Video Title: the title of the entire video work.
- Video Segment Title: to change the segment you can click the dropdown arrow to display a menu
The right hand tabs provide more information and guided navigation through the video:
- By default, the transcript will automatically scroll at the same pace as the video, highlighting the words currently being spoken
- Click on a section of words and the video will begin to play from that point
- Toggle the automatic scroll on or off
- Toggle the automatic scroll to 'off' to manually scroll through the transcript
- Click on a word to go to that point in playback (at the beginning of the section)
- Search within transcript:
- Search within the entire transcript of the video work, while video is playing
- Searching toggles the automatic scroll of the transcript to 'off'.
- After the search is executed, all instances of the word will be highlighted
- Navigate search results by using the up and down arrows to view the previous or next instance of the search term
This tab allows you to see essential video information and current segment metadata
Video Player Functions
The bottom of the video supports user-driven activities:
Navigation (scrub bar)
Use the time bar to navigate to a given section of the video:
- The tick marks correspond to segments of videos
- Hover over to show thumbnail pop-ups for each segment
Play, Pause, Volume, Mute are all available controls in the Video player
- Speed up or slow down play back speed to half speed to twice the speed
- Choose video quality if desired
Click "CC" on or off
Three sizes: Small, Large, and Full Screen
- Clips can be created if you are signed in to a profile. If you are not signed in when you try to create a clip, you will be prompted to sign in.
- In creating a clip you can define:
- Start point
- End point
- Description for clip-viewers
- Use the scrub bar as a mechanism to pick the start and end of each clip.
- This will be reflected in the start and end time
- Once a clip is created, you will be able to edit it from the clip page
- A clip has a unique URL which can be shared with anyone
Video Metadata and Related Content
- As you scroll to the metadata below the video the toolbar appears at the top of the screen
- Continue to watch the video in thumbnail format on the toolbar and select different video segments
- Abstracts available for each video
Video info: this tab includes key metadata for the video
Segment info: this includes information on the current segment being viewed.
Related content: this highlights related content across SAGE Knowledge that may be of interest to the viewer
Copy and Paste Citations to APA, Chicago MLA, Harvard
Save a video to list in personal profile (you will need to log in to your profile)
This tool includes:
- Sharing on Social Media Sites
Receive an HTML Embed Code and 3 size options
Keyboard-Controlled Shortcuts & Actions
To support accessibility hot keys allow the viewer to use the player with only the keyboard
Navigate to SAGE Knowledge from a subscribed faculty, library, library IP proxy service or library website and you should automatically be authenticated via IP address recognition (or by referring URL) without entering a username and password in SAGE Knowledge. Libraries can define a proxy server for some of its constituents, in order that those users can access the library's subscriptions, even if they're not within the account's IP range.
OpenAthens and Shibboleth Authentication
Authentication is possible via OpenAthens SP 2.0 and Shibboleth.
Username and Password Authentication
If you are an individual with a username and password from SAGE you will initially see the public homepage by default. Click the login link in the centre of the homepage to enter your username and password to access SAGE Knowledge. Upon successful login, the subscribers’ homepage will be displayed.
My Knowledge: List and Searches
Profile is an area of the SAGE Video site that allows you to save your content and searches. To be able to use Profiles you will need to sign up as a member of SAGE Video. To sign up click on the ‘Sign up for save and search tools’ link on the top right of every page.
Lists provide a way for you to gather content on a specific topic or for a particular purpose and group your favorites into collections. All lists created are private and cannot be made public at this time.
Searches allow you to save your common or favorite searches for easy access in future.
My Account is the area that allows you to modify your registration details: email address, name, and password. It is also the area where you can change your alert settings to manage the information that SAGE sends you about SAGE Knowledge and other SAGE products.
Create a List in My Knowledge
Follow the steps outlined below to create a List in My Knowledge:
- To create a List you must first sign in. You can then go to the My Lists page through clicking on either of the My Knowledge links displayed in the page header and the main header.
- Click on ‘Create a list’ and you will be asked to give a name and short description of your new list. Once you have completed this step you can start to look for content on SAGE Knowledge to add to your list.
Adding Content to your List
You can either add content to your List from a Search Results page or from a Content Display Page.
Edit a List
You can edit your own Lists saved in My Knowledge. To edit a list select the My Lists option from the My Knowledge button in the main header or from the My Knowledge drop down menu in the page header.
From the My Lists page, select the list you wish to edit. On that list page you will find an option to edit list which allows you to change the name and the description.
To remove content from a list, roll over the listing to make a delete option appear. Click this to delete.
To delete entire list, go to the My Lists page in your My Knowledge area and a delete label is available to the right of each My List entry.
You can add new content to an existing list at any point from the Search Results page, Browse page or the Content Display page.
All searches that you save will be accessible from this folder. When you select the saved Search title, your search criteria will re-run and you will see the Search Results page. If new content is available within SAGE Knowledge, since you saved your search, your new search will also run against this new content. As a consequence, your result set may look different to the result set you received when you initially ran your search.
Requesting a Trial
If you are a librarian who would like to request an institution-wide trial to any of theSAGE Video collections please fill in this short form.
If you are an individual you can request a trial to any of the SAGE Video collections by filling in this short form.
SAGE Video has been developed to support up to the latest version of the following browsers. Please use these browser versions for optimum display:
- MAC: Firefox 3.0+, Safari 8.0, Google Chrome
- PC: Firefox 3.0+, Internet Explorer 11, Google Chrome
SAGE Video is an HTML 5 first player so users do not have to rely on Flash players for video playback. However if HTML 5 player doesn’t work there is Flash fallback. For best experience with the flash player, users should have Adobe Flash Player 9 or higher installed.
Frequently Asked Questions on COUNTER Reports (Release 4)
Q. What COUNTER 4 reports are available for SAGE Knowledge?
A. We are offering the following COUNTER 4 reports:
- Book Report 2 (BR2): Successful Section Requests by Month and Title
- Book Report 3 (BR3): Access Denied to Content Items by Month, Title and Category
- Platform Report 1 (PR1): Total searches, result clicks, and record views, by month and platform (Across SK)
- Multimedia Report 1(MR1)
Q: What is the difference between COUNTER 3 and COUNTER 4?
A: COUNTER 4 is the newest standard in usage reporting for journals, databases, books, and multimedia content. It is the most significant release since v.2 and includes changes to existing reports, as well as introducing new reports:
- Gold Open Access Report
- Access Denied Reports
- Year-of-Publication (YOP) Reports
- SUSHI Performance Guidelines
- Select Time Range for Reports (Month / Year)
For a complete list of all new reports and required changes for publishers, please refer to the COUNTER website and documentation
The update to COUNTER 5 is effective January 2019.
Q: Are COUNTER 4 reports subscription-sensitive?
A: Yes, all reports are subscription-sensitive. If you are trialing a resource during the time period of the report, that resource will appear in your report.
Q: Where can I learn more about COUNTER 4 reports and terminology?
Q: Why are some of my COUNTER 4 reports returning zeroes?
A: Fields should only contain zeroes if there was no usage during that time period. You may be seeing zeroes because your access to the title expired at some point during the time period (or if your free trial period ended), or if usage occurred the day the report was pulled (reports refresh with new data each day). If you believe there are errors on your report, please contact us.
If your question is not answered above, please Contact Us.
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