Video resources online: Sites2See. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre.

A guide to video resources online

Finding video on the web

Use the Google site for videos, or Open Culture’s Intelligent Video list of websites.

Video sharing sites

The YouTube channel for parents has videos produced or endorsed by NSW DET. YouTube also hosts video from US colleges and universities. ATOM Vic, from teachers of media Victoria, has clips used in classrooms, ‘how to’ videos and students’ work.

YouTube logo linked to site

TeacherTube logo linked to site

SchoolTube logo linked to site

TeacherTube is an online community for sharing and downloading videos, with some Australian content (browse by Channels and search within sectors, such as middle school, high school, professional development).

SchoolTube is a video sharing site for K-12 schools, with student-produced and moderator-approved content. (US) is a video hosting site for education.

Find videos on how to do just about anything at eHow, or instructional videos and DIY at 5min Life Videopedia.

Film images. Educational video collections and online libraries. For more details read a longer review of this list (link to pop-up).

Discover the Writers Talk and Science Talk collections of video and learning resources, featuring 40 authors and 27 scientists.

Teachers’ Domain (US) has a library of free media resources from public TV. Annenberg Media (US) has videos arranged by subject and grade level (video on demand).

TrueTube (UK) is an interactive debating site using media and text. Suitable for senior students it includes quality video on topics in health, environment, society and culture.

NeoK12 (US) has videos for K-12 students and teachers for science, mathematics, social studies and English.

Montage of video images, linked to TED talks

TED — ideas work spreading.  TED talks have a global focus on a broad range of themes.

National Geographic has videos in natural and environmental sciences, geography and travel, and Athena Web is a European Commission site with science videos.

Images form Australian screen, linked to site

The education collection at Australian Screen is designed to help teachers and students make the most of the wide range of moving image resources on the site.

Images from The National Film and Sound Archive, linked to site

The National Film and Sound Archive Digital Learning resources include thousands of video and audio clips available for streaming and downloading.

The ABC has a wealth of video content—search by program, medium or topic, or go more directly to the ABC News or Documentary sites.

Learncast has a range of channels for teaching and learning (requires NSW DET logon).

The SkillsOne site has hundreds of videos about acquiring a trade or skill.

Edutopia Video (US) has videos to showcase best practice in technology integration, with contributions from schools and communities.

Image of video selection from Edutopia, linked to site.

TILT has examples of how teachers are using software tools and devices to create learning resources. (UK) provides professional development through videos, practical resources and an online community.

eSchool News (US) covers education technology, case studies and new products.

Teachers’ Domain has professional development videos.

The resource Capture! guides teachers in the production of audio and video for quality low-cost resources. (NSW DET logon needed).

See also Sites2See: Videoconferencing for teachers and Sites2See: Copyright for teachers.

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