More than 70,000 streaming video titles spanning a range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more. This collection includes videos from CA Newsreel, PBS, Sony Pictures Classics & Thirdworld Newsreel.
The Library has licensed many feature films and documentaries in the fields of business, communications studies, social sciences, language studies, visual and performing arts, film studies, and history. Includes titles from PBS, The Criterion Collection, and other independent and foreign film producers.
TV Choice is an independent UK producer and distributor of educational resources. These include educational films, film clips and digital textbooks.TV Choice's films include documentaries, dramas and drama-documentaries. While the films cover many different topics, they share a common approach, which is to explain their subjects clearly and to provoke thought and discussion among their viewers.
Streaming video of theatrical productions along with video documentaries, commentaries, and interviews related to those productions. Also includes lesson plans, essays, guides, and other written materials.
Choosing between DVD or Streaming [VOD] Format
How will students view the film?
If you are planning to show a movie in class, DVD will be the best format to use
If students are required to view a movie on their own time you may want to consider video on demand [VOD]