The library provides access to a wide range of audio-visual resources.
Academic Video Online
A comprehensive, multidisciplinary video subscription which provides access to a range of video resources including documentaries, interviews, feature films, performances, news programmes, newsreels and demonstrations.
Audio-described content is available for those with visual impairments, or can be requested if not available.
Further information about creating clips and searching transcripts is available from the Alexander Street Video Platform LibGuide
BoB (Box of Broadcasts)
On demand TV and radio services for education. Allows staff and students to record programmes from over 75 free-to-air channels and search the archive of over 2.5 million broadcasts.
With BoB you can:
- Access 2.5 million broadcasts dating back to the 1970s (BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Four, ITV, Channel 4 Film4 and more)
- Access 10 foreign language channels (Italian, French and German)
- Access BBC Shakespeare Archive content dating back to the 1950s
- Record from over 75 free-to-air channels
- Create your own playlists and clip compilations
- Search programme transcripts and subtitles
- Available on all devices
Please note that BoB is only available within the UK.
Further videos about using BoB are available from Learning Onscreen.
Digital Theatre+ is a platform for the study of performing arts and dramatic texts, containing thousands of online resources from leading theatre-makers and scholars. The platform works on all major modern browsers and across all screen sizes.
Access to over 1500 lectures, case studies and interviews in the Business and Management Collection.
- Create a personal account to keep updated with new resources to match your interests.
- Get Transcripts, Make Notes and Download Slides
- Can be accessed on a PC, laptop or mobile device
Human Anatomy Atlas
A general reference to human anatomy with 3D visualization and learning tools to interact and explore the systems of the human body.
It includes over 5,000 interactive, medically accurate male and female anatomical structures— developed by medically trained medical illustrators and vetted by leading anatomists—covering systemic anatomy, regional anatomy, senses, muscle action, and 25 cross-sections.
The Human Anatomy Atlas can be accessed on a laptop, PC or mobile device.
Information about system requirements for accessing the resource can be found at the Visible Body Help Centre
Information about downloading to a mobile device
A professional development and career networking platform which provides access to thousands of online courses.
As a LinkedIn Learning user, you can share videos, courses, Learning Paths and Collections with other users of the service. Access for staff and students using your UWTSD email address and login.