To reserve any film, please email Michele
Wood with the following information:
Title of film
Date you want film available for student viewing (please give 2 weeks notice)
Swank Feature Films
Allows 30 days unlimited access, per purchase. Film file links must be placed within Blackboard course pages to satisfy copyright requirements for restricted access. Search Swank Digital Campus films by title, director or genre. Click the "Movie Search" link in the left-hand sidebar and then a film title to see a brief summary.
Films for Humanities and Sciences (FHS)
Allows unlimited access within a three-year period, per purchase. Film file links must be placed within Blackboard course pages to satisfy copyright requirements for restricted access. Search FHS; please limit your search to the 3-year streaming option at the Filter by Media Type box. Click title links for film summaries.
Media Education Foundation Films (MEF)
Search the MEF site, select one of the category tabs (gender, health, race, politics, commercialism), and view the film summaries. MEF allows unlimited access for seven-day periods, per purchase.
Free Streaming Video Collections
The quality of the viewing experience cannot be guaranteed since the videos are freely available on the Internet.
EVIA Digital Archive (Ethnographic Video for Instruction and Analysis; free, but each student must create an account and login to view a video)
Documentary Educational Films on Google (enter topic in Search box)
Documentary Educational Films on YouTube (enter topic in Search box)
Free Documentaries Online
MIT World (lectures)
TED talks ("Riveting talks by remarkable people...")