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How to Use the ICE Video Library
The Video Library is extremely easy to use. All you need is a high-speed internet connection. The Video Library format makes it easy to find and select just the right video clip to show in class or assign to students for homework.
All faculty and students in your program (PT, OT, PTA or OTA) have unlimited access to the Video Library on campus or at home, once your subscription has begun.
The Full View option of the ICE Video Library displays and includes search options for the Title, Description and Keywords. A small photo of each video clip is also helpful. The Full View option is organized alphabetically by video Title. The Full View option is the ‘default option’, meaning that the Video Library will always open at this page.
The Quick View option allows you to quickly scan an extensive list of video clips by Title (listed alphabetically) or sort by Catalog ID. The Quick View option also allows you to quickly scan the length of each video clip (Duration) and Patient ID. To sort by Patient ID, simply select a patient number and all video clips of that patient will be displayed.
Tips for Searching the Video Library and Selecting Video Clips
A variety of search options are possible to help you select a specific video clip or a group of video clips. Each video clip has been tagged and can be searched by: Title, Patient ID, Keywords, Description, and Catalog ID. For ease and convenience, there are also two options for viewing the Video Library: a Full View option and a Quick View option.
Once you have signed up for the ICE Video Library (with a 5-day Free Trial or a Subscription) the following information may be helpful.
The Title for each video clip can be found in either the Full View or Quick View options. It is easy to scan the extensive list of titles in the Quick View option in order to find certain topics or video clips that are part of a series or sequence.
Each patient is assigned a number. In the Full View option the Patient ID number can be found under Keywords. In the Quick View option, all are listed under Patient ID. Sorting by patient number is especially useful when you would like to see a series of video clips of the same patient. This is perfect for learning activities that use patient case studies for teaching assessment skills, treatment planning or documentation.
Go to the Full View option to sort and select by keywords. Simply select a word in the keyword section or enter a word in the Keyword field and all video clips tagged with that keyword will be selected.
The Catalog ID (found in the Quick View option) is an easy way to sort all of the video clips by the patients and content used in each of the three Courses on DVD, for Universities. This is especially useful for programs using both (Courses on DVD and the Video Library) to create exceptional learning activities for their students.