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ICE Video Library
- How is the Video Library different from Courses on DVD?
- How are faculty using the Video Library in their curriculum?
- Is it possible to preview the Video Library before beginning a subscription?
- How does the subscription work?
- What is required to access the Video Library?
How is the Video Library different from Courses on DVD?
The ICE Video Library was created to offer faculty greater flexibility for utilizing short video clips in or outside of the classroom. The clips are streaming video on the internet (no DVDs). Each clip has only the sound of the therapist’s and patient’s voices (there is no narration or ‘voice over’). The Video Library allows faculty to create an unlimited number of their own learning activities for each video clip.
- illustrating examples of patient assessment and intervention
- platforms for group discussion in class
- case studies used to improve clinical reasoning and practice skills
- course assignments (documentation and treatment planning)
- tests and exams
How does the subscription work?
Colleges and universities can sign up for an annual subscription to the ICE Video Library. After payment is received, you will receive a password (Faculty Key) and one for your students (Student Key). This allows all faculty and students within your department unlimited access to all videos for an entire year.
Students have given rave reviews of the Video Library (see Student Reviews).