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Alexander Street's AVOn database of streaming videos include 62,000+ titles, spanning a wide range of subject areas, and includes more than 17,000+ titles exclusive to Alexander Street, including Counseling & Therapy collections. Recent additions from Film Platform include RBG, Maiden and Inconvenient Sequel.
This Alexander Street series features training videos, reenactments, and actual therapy sessions conducted by renowned counseling professionals including films in emerging areas in their special Counseling & Therapy in Video Collection Vols. 1-5. The collections are also included in the full AVOn and their Counseling and Therapy Channel with additional videos from other sources.
Search, browse and watch a collection of over 40,000 videos from California Newsreel, Ken Burns, PBS, Films for the Humanities and more. The Library's subscription expanded to all disciplines on February 1, 2021. Records are now in the catalog.
Merrimack currently has available a small collection of popular documentaries. To request a Kanopy video, you can look up the video at this site and submit a filled in request form, or contact Frances Nilsson or your liaison. Ipad users will need to install the Kanopy app - see instructions here with more tips for using Kanopy.
Part of the American Memory Digital collections,includes historical primary source videos related to work, vaudeville, entertainment, and historical markers like civil rights history or the great earthquake of San Francisco. Most videos are silent movies from the late 80's up to the 1920's.
A subset of the non-profit Internet Archive an open access comprehensive digital archive founded by Brewster Kahle in May 1996. Viewers of the film archive can turn on closed captioning for the videos.
A repository of digitized video content for the digital video, multimedia retrieval, digital library, and other research communities. Created and sponsored by UNC's School of Library & Info Science. Archival videos include storyboards but no closed captions.
PBS provides free streaming to some of its content, including selected episodes of Frontline, American Masters, First Civilizations, and more. Additionally select episodes from PBS dramas are also available. Use their search box to locate titles, or browse titles by category.
Offering free documentary titles, DocumentaryStorm, curates hundreds of documentary films available online for educational purposes as well as personal enjoyment. Titles can searched by category, or by consulting their full title list at: https://documentarystorm.com/full-documentary-list/
Prelinger Archives was founded in 1983 by Rick Prelinger in New York City. Over the next twenty years, it grew into a collection of over 60,000 "ephemeral" (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films. In 2002, the film collection was acquired by the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division.