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Streaming Video @ Your Library: Using the Video Player

Find resources related to Streaming Video in this guide

CueCard Features

Videos through NBCLearn play in what they call a CueCard - a video player and note taker rolled into one interface.

The front of the CueCard provides the following features:

  • Video playback tools - video controls, volume, captioning, etc.
  • Save - when you are logged in to NBCLearn, you can save videos to a playlist
  • Notes - when you are logged in to NBCLearn, you can add personal notes to videos for reference
  • Share - you have social media tools, as well as a link you can use to share videos
  • Print - prints the information about the video for your reference
  • Download - saves the video to your desktop for viewing offline
  • Transcripts - a drawer that provides access to the transcripts for the video

The back of the CueCard provides the following features:

  • General Information - broadcasting information related to the video, such as network, source, length, etc.
  • Description - short description of the video
  • Keywords - subject keywords related to the video
  • Citation - citation examples based on the three major citation systems

Using the Video Player

The video player has the usual play/pause and volume controls. You can move forwards and backwards in the video by click-dragging the yellow rectangle beloe the video screen. Notice that the transcript appears to the right. The transcript is searchable, and double-clicking in the transcript moves the video to that part. 

The video player

A video tutorial: Using The New Video Player