Answered By: Elyse Wolf
Last Updated: Apr 28, 2020     Views: 20

Most of the video databases provide a transcript of the video, which can be searched using keywords to locate appropriate content within the video. Additionally, the words being spoken in the video can be copy and pasted from the transcript to ensure accuracy.

Academic Video Online

Video Transcripts:

  • Open the video.
  • There will be a Menu Bar across the top of the screen.
  • Locate the "Transcript" option and select it.  The transcript will open to the right of the video. 

    Screenshot of a video page in Academic Video Online. The Transcript option is in the menu along with Fullscreen, Details, Clips, Share, and Cite.

Films on Demand

Video Transcripts:

  • Open the video.
  • Depending on the size of your screen, the transcript option will either be to the right of the video, or below it. 

    Screenshot of a video in the Films on Demand database showing where to find the transcript option.

Kanopy

Video Transcripts:

  • Open the video.
  • There are options below the video that allow you to add the video to your list and share it. Click on "---More".
  • A popup will appear with options including Transcript.
  • The transcript will appear below the video (you might be prompted to play the video to load the transcript).

    Screenshot of where to find the transcript in a Kanopy video. Under the video player there is a More link popup that has the Transcript and Citation Tools.

Sage Video

Video Transcripts:

  • Open the video.
  • Depending on the size of your screen, the transcript option will either be to the right of the video, or below it. 

    Screenshot of where to find the transcript in a SAGE video

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