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Why use videos?
Videos can provide documentary coverage of specific topics, people or events and may include primary source information like interviews, video footage or photographs. News programs are also another video category. Finally, educational or academic films will review or explain specific concepts related to the field of criminal justice.
General Video Databases with Criminal Justice Collections
Kanopy: Law & Criminal Justice
Streaming video cinema releases and documentaries. Browse the Law & Criminal Justice collection in Kanopy or search for a specific film. Login to Kanopy by using your North Shore email.
Films on Demand: Criminal Justice & Law Videos
Streaming video documentaries, news programs and academic films. Filter by CJ subject or search for a specific film by title.
Ebsco Discovery Service SNAP!Search
Search for videos across all NSCC resources using Ebsco Discovery Search
This single search tool provides an interdisciplinary approach to your research by searching across locations, collections, formats, publishers and platforms. Under Limit By Source Type, select videos