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Academic Earth offers free access to video courses and academic lectures from leading colleges and universities.
Alexander Street-Academic Videos Online (Premium)
Delivers more than 66,000 titles spanning a wide range of subject areas, with specific strengths including counseling, visual and performing arts, health care, education, and news and current events. More than 14,000 titles are exclusive to Alexander Street. Includes documentaries, performances, films, training and demonstrations, news and newsreels, interviews, field recordings, archival footage, and more. Content comes from over 800 leading distributors, producers, and filmmakers. Create, annotate, and share clips and playlists. Videos can also be embedded. Closed captioning, subtitles, and searchable transcripts are available for most titles.
A collection of nearly 9000 digitized vintage television commercials.
American Experience (PBS)
American Experience includes over 200 films about American history. Search by title, time period, or subject. Watch full films online, download teacher's guides, and go behind the scenes.
American Indian Film Gallery
Vintage motion pictures offering rich perspectives on the American Indian experience. The site organizes titles by tribes, linking to films for more than 100 tribes.
American Memory Collection - Motion Pictures
A collection of advertisements, motion pictures, and sound recordings, some of which are dated back to the 1800's.
Features a growing collection of text, audio, and video versions of over 5000 speeches. The site provides access to "public speeches, sermons, legal proceedings, lectures, debates, interviews and other recorded media events." Not all speeches have accompanying videos.
Annenberg Learner programs are intended for use by teachers, but are also useful for student learning. Browse their resources by subject and grade level. You can view their programs online with a broadband connection whenever you see the "VoD" icon.
A streaming media website for sharing archaeology research and its contributions to science and humanity. The site includes a Teacher Resources area that includes lesson plans.
Archive of American Television
Hosted by the TV Academy Foundation this archive provides access to hundreds of in-depth interviews with TV's greatest legends and pioneers. Can be browsed by person, show, topic or profession. New interviews and indexes are added regularly.