Open Educational Resources (OER): Open Video & Audio
This guide is maintained by NOVA librarians to assist faculty with OER initiatives and sources to locate OER materials. If you have questions or comments, please contact Heather Blicher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Includes almost every program that has aired on C-SPAN, including more than 170,000 hours of content, going back to 1987, including author interviews, political rallies, interviews with newsmakers and journalists.
Free lectures, videos, films, etc. from hundreds of colleges and universities. Search by specific institution or by subject. Opens in your iTunes account, but can be integrated into your Blackboard course.
The National Film Board of Canada’s online Screening Room, offering documentaries, animated film and more from around the world. They also have channels for topics like history, biography and the arts.
Search the TED Talks library of videos filmed at TED conferences, TEDx events, and other events. Try narrowing your search to TED-Ed and view animated video lessons targeted to educators to use for customizing lessons.
A collection of travelogues and educational and industrial films that show the world the way it was between 1900 and 1970. Its holdings include archives of the renowned travel filmmakers Burton Holmes, Andre de la Varre, and James A. FitzPatrick.