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Are you looking for good sources of documentaries, full feature length films, and instructional video content that doesn't bore the life out of you (or your students)? Try these collections of high quality, freely streaming content.
Welcome to the chronicles of history that your social studies class never covered in high school. This is for the extreme, the unexpected, the untold and the flat-out weird parts of history. Because as weird as people seem today, we don't hold a candle to history.
The Infographics Show focuses on making animated motion infographic videos, made in a fun and entertaining way. Some topics we cover are military comparisons, celebrity comparison, video game comparison a lot more.
Documentaries on the full spectrum of diseases and disorders; titles on human anatomy and physiology; investigations into public health issues; programming on nutrition and wellness; instructional films on health care and treatment; primers on careers in health and medicine—this comprehensive collection of titles covers the wide range of topics relevant to anyone studying health and medicine. ACCESS FROM WITHIN OZARK CAMPUS ONLY [Films on Demand]
Some Netflix Original Documentaries are available with an Educational License, allowing account holders to show a film for classroom use. Since the coronavirus pandemic of 2020, Netflix has made some of these documentaries available for free via Youtube.
Important Reminders About "Free" Streaming Films
If you found a modern, full-length film on a free streaming site, don't get too excited. It may be an illegally uploaded copy. Before you share or bookmark these video links, keep this in mind:
Free Does Not Mean Stable - Many full-length videos uploaded to Youtube or other sites may get taken down if they violate copyright restrictions.
Free Does Not Mean Accessible to All Students - Films illegally uploaded may lack closed captioning or subtitles, excluding hearing impaired students from educational benefit.
Free Does Not Mean Good Quality - Some videos uploaded to streaming sites may come from poor quality sources or had issues during the upload. Some videos are also modified to avoid automatic detection as copyright infringement by shortening credits, distorting the audio, or 'mirroring' the video.
Free Does Not Mean Ad-Free - Some free sites for video content include ads. Examples include PopcornFlix, PlutoTV, and many more legal streaming sites which are supported through ad revenue.
Free Does Not Mean Ethical - While it is not illegal to watch an illegally uploaded film, it supports and promotes continued theft of intellectual property. Ask your librarian to purchase a streaming license for copyrighted content.