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Online resources for streaming educational videos.
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Hoopla (from Boston Public Library)

Boston Public Library now offers streaming movies, television episodes, music, and audio books through Hoopla. Up to 10 titles per month may be borrowed using your Boston Public Library card and PIN. Mobile app is available.

FAQ: Can children use Hoopla?

Yes, children with library cards in good standing may use Hoopla. However, be advised that our Hoopla collection contains material that may not be suitable for all ages. Films and television shows are labeled by MPAA and TV ratings when they have been rated. In accordance with our Access to Materials Policy, children and teens who use Hoopla are not restricted to certain content. Parents are responsible for guiding their children’s use of this and other library resources. (From Boston Public Library, Frequently Asked Questions: Getting Started with Hoopla Streaming.)

 

Primary Source Videos

Find radio, newsreel, videos of interviews and performances.

Library of Congress: Films & Videos

BBC News Archive-Radio and newsreel.

YouTube - Used YouTube's search filters,  Boolean operators and strong keywords to find relevant videos.

PBS Programs

Thousands of feature length and shorter segments are available through PBS.

TIP: By adding site:video.pbs.org to your search term, you can locate a specific program or topic within PBS video collection. (ex. Syria Frontline site:video.pbs.org will find the Frontline episode(s) on Syria.)

National Geographic Video

Despite the ads, thousands of videos and video segments on a multitude of topics including world cultures, science and nature, and more. Browse or search.

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