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Streaming Resources on the Web
Here is a list of video repositories*. Remember to verify use requirements before using the content.
- ABC Documentaries (Links to an external site.) pulls together documentaries that aired on ABC in Australia.
- Australian Screen contains information about and excerpts from a wide selection of Australian feature films, documentaries, television programs, newsreels, short films, animations, and home-movies produced over the last 100 years.
- BigThink offers interviews and insight from the world’s most influential experts in business, entertainment, education, religion, and media.
- Bloggingheads.tv offers split-screen video dialogues about politics and ideas.
- Crash Course Videos are made by the author John Green, his brother Hank, and other subject matter experts. All videos in the series are free to use and licensed with a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license but you can support them if you like through Paetron.
- Folkstreams.net has videos related to American roots culture.
- Fora.tv (Links to an external site.) is a channel on YouTube that features content from conferences, summits, public forums, university debates and think tanks across the globe.
- EUscreen offers free online access to videos, stills, texts and audio from European broadcasters and audiovisual archives from the early 1900s to the present.
- The Global Oneness Project produces documentary films and interviews that explore ecological, economical, and social systems.
- LinkTV gathers global and national news, documentaries, and cultural programs.
- MITWorld (Links to an external site.)hosts talks by innovative thinkers.
- NFB.ca offers films produced by the National Film Board of Canada.
- PBS Video offers a number of their original programs.
- PeoplesArchive collects videos of people telling their stories.
- Ri Channel (Links to an external site.), a channel on YouTube created by the Royal Institution of Great Britain, features science videos.
- The Science Network has videos from a number of branches of science.
- TED Talks contain videos of “riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world.”
- UbuWeb hosts a large archive of online avant-garde media, including a film/video collection that features work by such artists as Andy Warhol, Philip Glass, and Allen Ginsberg.
- UCTV is a non-commercial channel featuring programming from the University of California
- Videolectures.net provides free access to video lectures presented by scholars from many fields of science.
(*The list is from the Designing and Using for Impact course from the Institute of Faculty Development at Vanguard University. The original course was designed by Indiana University and adapted for use by Vanguard.)
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