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Streaming Video Collections

Films On Demand & Feature Films for Education

Contents

Films on Demand (opens in a new window) is an online database of high quality, educational videos. Provided by Infobase. Features include:

  • a Web-based interface that's accessible 24/7 on- and off-campus
  • nearly 30,000 full-length videos from top notch producers such as PBS, BBC, Meridian, National Geographic and more
  • easy searching via keyword or browsing subject categories
  • viewable in the classroom or for presentations
  • share links through email or integrate into Moodle
  • combine segments from different videos to create a customized viewing experience
  • contents include high quality videos on business & economics, health & medicine, humanities & social sciences, and science & mathematics, as well as travel and fitness programming, home and how-to videos, indie films, and popular music performances. Includes Oscar, Emmy and Peabody award winning documentaries, interviews, instructional and vocational training videos, historical speeches and newsreels.

Feature Films for Education (opens in a new window) offers hundreds of full-length feature films for educational instructional purposes. Provided by Infobase.

  • features a Web-based interface that's accessible 24/7 on- and off-campus
  • over 650 feature films
  • new titles added twice a year
  • more than 20 popular film genres
  • focuses on both current and hard-to-find titles for educational instructional purposes,
  • includes dramas,
  • literary adaptations,
  • blockbusters,
  • classics,
  • Academy Award® winners, and more.

Where You Can Share

Per the Digital License Agreement

  • Users may make videos, segments, or playlists freely available for viewing by authorized users within a secure environment using approved authentication procedures.
  • Links may be posted on a learning management system, institutional website, or online card catalog, provided these are accessible only to authorized users.
  • Users are prohibited from making a video or any part thereof available to any person or organization that is not an authorized user. This includes websites such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other publicly accessible electronic networks, blogs, forums, and social networking services.

Credits

"Thank you" to the University of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada library for permitting us to use content from their LibGuide.