Open Access eResources Video LinksLibrar Databases
- Internet Archive: Moving Images Archive – advertising, animation, conference presentations, lectures, digital shows, etc.
- IMLS Digital Collections by Type of Object – includes Image, Sound, Moving Image and Physical Object (photos of objects), as well as Interactive, Text, and Data.
- Musopen – Free Public Domain Classical Music – Open Access music and sheet music. They are also planning a music theory textbook.
- PBS Video – full length video from the full range of Public Broadcasting shows. Some shows have limited online availability; be sure to check the expiration date under Details.
- Learner.org – Annenberg Media– instructional video series on a variety of subjects; many originally broadcast on public television. Videos with VoD (Video on Demand) icon can be viewed free on the web.
- TED: Ideas worth spreading – over 800 (as of 11/2010) videos from TED conferences, events, and partner events. CC licensing, and subtitles (in English, with additional languages added through the TED Open Translation Project).
- PopTech : popcasts – talks about technology from some of the best people (not necessarily tech people) on the planet. Social impacts, implications, art, music, science, medicine…
- BLOSSOMS-Video Library – Math and science video modules at a high school level from MIT.
- CriticalPast.com: Historic Stock Footage and Archival Video Clips and Photo Images from the 1890s to the 1990s – an astonishing collection of video and images, mostly from government sources.
- Beilstein TV – video interviews and lab demonstrations from one of the primary publishers in chemistry. Labs are connected to articles in the publisher’s open access journals.
- Science Friday – science videos related to the weekly show and more. Subject categories are along the left side. Also available are podcasts of the weekly show, blog posts, and teacher resources.
- Video Library from the US Fish and Wildlife Service – the digital library also includes audio, images, and documents. Most materials are public domain–all are open access.
- National Archives YouTube Channel – videos about the Archives, of events, and archival footage from the collections.
- Videvo – free stock video footage, either CC licensed (BY-3.0) or licensed by the company for easy use in non-commercial and commercial projects. Be sure to check which license is used, so that you know if you must include the individual clip in your credits! Ad-supported, registration required, no fees.