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A Reputable Documentary Video
What's In a Documentary?
Google Video Search
Instead of going to YouTube, do a Google Video search. You will get links to the producers, TV channels, and journalism outlets that produce the films. Also, You Tube can be hard to cite!
Talks on various issues, mainly technology.
Films on Demand
Films on Demand is a streaming video platform offering a robust collection of streaming videos for educational use. In addition to a core collection of content from educational video producer Films Media Group, Films on Demand streams content from a growing list of quality documentary sources. For help in using some of the more advanced features of this product, such as building playlists and sharing, contact a librarian.
Alexander Street Videos Online (AVON)
Documentaries, feature films, interviews, performances, news programs and newsreels, skills-based training video, demonstrations, and more. Academy®, Emmy® and Peabody® winners along with the most frequently used films for classroom instruction.
What Can I find in a Documentary?
- Profiles of individuals
- Journalism & Investigation
- Historical context
- Opinions & arguments
- Descriptions of policies and laws
- Eyewitness Accounts
- Interviews with "experts": academics, doctors, politicians, etc.
- Organizations around this topic
- Citations of evidence from research