Educational videos can be very expensive. As noted above, they start at about $50 and go up from there. You should base your decision on several things, such as:
a. How often do I need to use the video?
If the video is used more than six times per year, purchasing is recommended.
b. Will the information in the video need to be updated frequently?
Health information changes all the time and there are constantly new ways to reinvent safety procedures. The Audiovisual Library tries to keep the most updated materials available to you without costs. If there is a health or safety video you would like to see in our library, please let us know. If you purchase the video and it becomes outdated, you will have to buy a replacement, which could be expensive.
c. How will you keep track of your purchased videos?
The Audiovisual Library will attend to all your scheduling needs. With your own video collection, someone at your organization will have to do this. Videos could get misplaced or borrowed and not returned, requiring follow-up. We take care of this for you with our service.