Science Social Studies Current Events
Discovery Education (Subscription)
Online database of educational videos, video clips, images and more. A code is required to create user name and password on this login page. Contact Media Center about our subscription if you are member of the Suffield Middle School community. Provided by Discovery Education this service was formally known as United Streaming.
Cable in the Classroom
Offers many features available via cable and online video provided by cable networks that include C-Span, the Discovery Channel and other networks.
You Tube designed for teachers.
PBS Digital Learning Library and Teacher's Domain
Digital Learning Library material can be accessed by grade level and includes videos of PBS programing, lesson plans, interactive web sites, and more.
Teacher's Domain is a free digital media service provided by public broadcasting.
Library of Congress Webcasts
Webcast speeches, performances, and programs from the Library of Congress on a variety of subjects related to their programs and collections, including biography, culture, government, poetry, science, and religion.
Open Video Project
The Open Video repository provides video clips from a variety of sources, especially various video programs obtained from U.S. government agencies such as the National Records and Archives Administration and NASA. This free, online repository from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is available to all educators.
Electronic Field Trips
Ball State University Electronic Field Trips is a highly interactive web site. A group of professional teachers work on each field trip to develop extensive standards-based, grade-appropriate lessons for teachers.
Internet Movie Archive
The Internet Archive hosts a Moving Image Archive featuring Universal Newsreel films produced from 1929 to 1967.
Museum of Broadcast Communications
Dedicated to preserving this history of broadcasting, this site contains history and video and an archive of TV and radio broadcasts. They have a special help desk for teachers: Teacher Inquiries.
Yahoo and Google also offer access to free online clips. (These sites are not moderated).
It is easy to find wonderful clips to watch online; this companion site to the TV program broadcast on PBS.
Introduces students to current scientific research with fast-paced segments. Past presentations have focused on papyrus, extinction, artificial life, fuel cells, and the 1918 flu epidemic.
Multimedia Resources for the Classroom and Professional Development. This web site's resources are free but you must register.
Great science resources including free streaming video clips.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute: Bio interactive
This web site has a library of science animations as well as other features including "Ask a Scientist."
This is multimedia and video gallery web site featuring images and clips of missions; includes NASA Television and podcasts.
United States Geological Survey Podcast web site for up-to-date information on geologic events such as earthquakes.
National Archives Video Clips
History Channel Archives
Library of Congress Webcasts
See links to more historic clips from American Memeory archives.
C-Span’s American Presidents Life Portraits includes video and audio clips.
Offers breaking stories, as well as links to video content from CNN, AP, CBS, ABC, and Reuters.
There is a rich archive of video produced since 2000 on the regions of the world, politics, the environment, health, the military, and more.
C-Span Classroom Resources
C-SPAN offers a long list of classroom resources relating to current events, history, government, and literature.
Other news providers offering video on demand :
Google Video search
Yahoo Video search
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