SAGE Video Bringing Teaching, Learning and Research to Life

SAGE Video hosts streaming video collections in the social sciences created to support a range of levels, from reference content for research, to pedagogical content for undergraduate teaching, to higher- level academic interest material.

Available alongside our book and reference collections on SAGE Knowledge, SAGE Video combines originally commissioned and produced material with licensed videos to provide a complete disciplinary resource for students, faculty, and researchers.


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Subject Collections:

With the new collections launching in 2016!

  • Business and Management
  • Pyschology
  • Politics and International Relations
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Sociology

Content and Features

  • Developed in partnership with leading academics, societies, and practitioners
  • Coverage of core discipline areas within the social sciences
  • Includes new and originally produced videos by SAGE
  • Functionality designed to support scholarly use
    • Share via e-mail or social media
    • Create a video clip
    • Skip to a different video segment
    • Save to playlist
    • Embed HTML codes in a web page
    • Speed up or slow down play
    • Searchable, downloadable transcriptions
    • Closed captioning
  • Highly discoverable through provision of abstracts, title level MARC records, and discovery service indexing

How SAGE Video supports research

A breadth of video types and lengths supports a multitude of uses in teaching and research:

  • Documentaries
  • Films
  • Case studies
  • Tutorials illustrating practical applications of methods
  • Lectures for course instruction, revision, or a different viewpoint on a topic
  • Interviews with leading experts on key topics
  • Practitioner demonstrations of theories and techniques
  • Short definitions of key terms and concepts
  • Conference presentations

What do academics think of SAGE Video?

“Clear, accessible, and engaging, both in terms of content and visually” – Steve May, University of North Carolina

“So much important information explained in a understandable way.... An excellent addition to my source of videos” – Bill Howe, Connecticut Department of Education

“An impressive list of resources” – Emmy van Deurzen, New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, London

“Easy to use…. very impressed with the video collection. There are lots of options for teachers, clinicians, researchers to use” – Ed Donnerstein, University of Arizona