This QR code links to the Counseling and Therapy in Video database. You can choose clips and post or send QR Codes to mobile phones. Mobile phones and devices with a QR code reader can scan the image and then redirect the mobile browser to the video.
This feature is found in databases from Alexander Street Press.
UTEP LIbrary, Access Services Desk
(915) 747-5672 or (915) 747-5674.
(915) 747-5643 or (915) 747-5638
UTEP Police Department (24/7)
(Emergency and Non-emergency calls)
(There's only 2 Wi-Fi options: 1. UTEPGuest: WiFi network was deployed to meet the most basic Internet needs and to be used by visitors to the UTEP campus; and 2. UTEPSecure, for students / faculty / staff. )
"...A method of sending a sequence of compressed moving images one way over a data network, at the user's request or broadcast at a fixed time, which allows viewing to begin before the entire file has been transmitted...."
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NOTE: You will need to log in to view suggested readings.
Fill, K. (2006). Sink or swim: taking advantage of developments in video streaming. Innovations In Education & Teaching International, 43(4), 397-408.
Foertsch, J., Moses, G., Strikwerda, J., & Litzknow, M. (2002). Reversing the Lecture/Homework Paradigm Using eTEACH Web-based Streaming Video Software. Journal Of Engineering Education, 91(3), 267-274.
Shephard, K. (2003). Questioning, promoting and evaluating the use of streaming video to support student learning. British Journal Of Educational Technology, 34(3), 295-308.
To access electronic resources outside the library you will need to authenticate your status as a UTEP student.
There are two options for remote access: