SAGE launches streaming video collections to support pedagogical, curricular and research needs

(5 May 2015, Los Angeles, CA) SAGE today announces the launch of SAGE Video, streaming video collections designed to support a range of needs across higher education, including pedagogical use in undergraduate teaching and learning and higher-level academic study and research.

Celebrating 50 years as a social and behavioral science publisher in 2015, the first three collections of video content available now include education, communication and media studies, and counseling and psychotherapy. More collections will be added in 2016.

With nearly 1,600 videos and 400 hours of content available, the videos include case studies, tutorials, interviews, documentaries, footage of practitioners in real-life professional contexts, and quick-reference definitions. The collections are largely comprised of exclusive content and were originally commissioned, produced by SAGE, or licensed.

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