Kanopy is a streaming video resource with a broad collection of films. The EMU Library has paid for access to some of the films, but does not have access to others. If you need access to a film for your class, fill out the form to request that the Library purchase the video.
Selected Free Online Videos and Podcast on Education Topics
This documentary bears "witness to the long-term impact that inequities plaguing our society — in education, justice, and healthcare — have on those struggling to survive." (26 minutes) Site also offers video interviews of relevant education experts.
These screencast tutorials demonstrate innovative classroom uses of emerging technology, offering free step-by-step demos of how to use applications such as Microsoft Excel, SMART Board, Google education applications, and more.
A TED channel dedicated to celebrating and elevating the ideas of educators working in classrooms and schools throughout the world. To search within this channel, don't use the box at the top--instead use the search icon further down (looks like a magnifying glass.)
Teachings in Education offers training, professional development, and researched-based strategies for educators. o search within this channel, don't use the box at the top--instead use the search icon further down (looks like a magnifying glass.)
A look inside the Harlem classroom of an award-winning teacher. Kay Toliver's junior high mathematics class uses games, group learning, and field trips to inspire and motivate all students and teach them how to apply math concepts to their community.
Paints a poignantly captivating, unflinching, and relevant portrait of the children of Stanton Elementary School in North Philadelphia, an inner-city neighborhood where 90% of the students live below the poverty line.