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(wlp)° videos


a video library for collecting academic videos from around the globe and from all faculties

You can use our search engine or our filters to sort systematically through the videos by disciplines, languages and other categories.
(wlp)° covers all academic disciplines - all videos related to science, social science, humanities and medicine.
From universities, organisations and institutions from around the globe. You can find embedded videos provided by huge video platforms like YouTube, Vimeo, or Dailymotion, but also linked videos from universities and other educational institutions.
Lectures, experiments, documentations, discussions, statements. You can and find embedded videos provided by huge video platforms like YouTube, Vimeo, or Dailymotion, but also linked videos from websites universities and other educational institutions.
YES! The (wlp)° video library if freely accessible for everyone.
EVERYONE! You can easily link or embed new videos and add or edit data like discipline, speaker or language.
Click here to add a video to the (wlp)° database.
NO, not yet. We recommend to upload your video to Youtube, Vimeo, Youtube oder Dailimotion and to embed it on (wlp)° afterwards.
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(wlp)° topics


interdisciplinary video collections introducing into new discoveries in science and humanities and confronting science with politics

You can use our search engine or our filters to sort systematically through the topics by disciplines, languages and other categories.
The topics cover latest scientific findings, political issues discussed in the light of scientific information.
Everyone can publish topic sites. If you think, that your video collection is really good, then you can publish it. We will revise published topics according to the (wlp)° evaluation criteria. Topics rated below 2.5 will be unpublished.
Students can use (wlp)° topics for creating their thesis or their dissertation with videos of scientists and scholars from everywhere in the world. On their topic sites they can discuss their objects of research in the light of their scientific, historical or social context and they can compare opposing theories of leading scientists and scholars from different cultures and ages. By sharing their topics in Social Networks, their friends and colleagues can follow their intellectual adventures. And if they invite their fellow students to collaborate on their topics, they can create study and research working groups, to discuss the material and to exchange favorite videos, ideas and information.
They can use (wlp)° topics to publish their work and relate it with videos of outstanding scholars and scientists in their field. On (wlp)° topic sites they can publish their latest research results, their lecture series or just a commented list with "best of" videos in their field and embed their work into an international and interdisciplinary context. They can include videos that illustrate the current state of research, recorded experiments, statistic data that support their theories, or lectures of their colleagues with approving or opposing theories By sharing their topics with their colleagues and other professionals in their field they can create international scientific working groups and by publishing their topics others can benefit from their knowledge and their experiences.
Universities may use (wlp)° topics as a showcase for presenting their activities in science, humanities, and teaching. They can record the lectures of their professors and publish them as video lectures together with the profile of their university, information about new research projects, their engagement in teaching and other activities. By developing topic sites displaying also video lectures of other universities, they can offer their students the possibility to learn from professors from around the globe and by inviting other universities to their topic sites they can develop targeted collaborations on topics of mutual interest.
They can use (wlp)° topics to create awareness about their activities and to reflect their operations in the light of science-based information. On their topic sites they can collect most important academic videos and other information in their field and publish them together with their projects. They can highlight innovations and discuss the effects of latest scientific data on their operations to serve their clients, staff or their target group with science based information. While doing that, they provide universities with feedback from the ground and scientists with data for measuring scientific theories on practical experience. By inviting scientists and other stakeholders to actively collaborate on their topic sites they organize knowledge spots that reflect perspectives and interests of different actors in their field.
Journalists can report about (wlp)° topics or use them for their research and their own publications. They can use topic sites to collect academic videos and other information relevant for their publications. Once their work is published, they can link it with these sites and thus provide their recipients with academic background information.
As long as you do not publish them, your topics can only be accessed by you and the people that you might have invited. Once you publish your topic, you can choose among different licenses that define publishing conditions. We are using the creative commons license from wikimedia, which offers three types of licenses.
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