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Free Web Resources

  • Academic Earth — More than 1,500 videos of courses and guest lectures from six top-rated universities.
  • American Memory Collection — Early motion pictures from the Library of Congress.
  • The Archaeology Channel — Short documentaries about peoples and sites around the world.
  • Archive of American Television — More than 800 oral interviews with the legends of television.
  • Crash Course — Features short lectures about anatomy & physiology, astronomy, biology, chemistry, history, political science and psychology.
  • Documentary Heaven — Free documentary films.
  • FRONTLINE — Documentaries from the PBS news program.
  • Khan Academy — Math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics and more.
  • Moving Image Archive — Classic full-length films, daily alternative news broadcasts, cartoons and concerts and more.
  • Nature Online Streaming Video Archive — Videos summaries of selected articles published in "Nature" featuring interviews with the scientists who conducted the research.
  • NOVA Education — Offers a variety of resources in anthropology, archaeology, geography, health science, history, science and technology.
  • Open Culture — Watch 700 movies free online. Includes classics, indies, film noir, documentaries and other films, created by some of our greatest actors, actresses and directors.
  • Open Vault — Online access to unique and historically important content produced by the public television and radio station WGBH.
  • PBS LearningMedia — Thousands of classroom-ready, curriculum-targeted digital resources.
  • Smithsonian Videos — Videos offered by experts in art, design, history, culture, science and technology.
  • Science Channel — Sponsored by Discovery Communications' Science Channel.
  • The Science Channel — Sponsored by Science TV.
  • Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive — Features films related to the Holocaust and World War II from the The Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
  • TED-Ed — Carefully curated educational videos, many of which represent collaborations between talented educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed platform.
  • YouTube Education — Features some of the most popular educational videos across YouTube.