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Temporary Free Access to Academic Resources during COVID-19

This guide is intended to assist librarians and faculty in finding resources. Access to these resources is temporary, and a resource may be withdrawn without notice by the vendor.

Video Content

Netflix has made a selection of their documentary features and series available on the Netflix U.S. YouTube Channel. For the full list of titles and links to educational resources for each, see "Responding to Teachers' Requests for Access to Documentaries." 

VideoLib is maintaining a list of special streaming offers during COVID-19

PlanetGroupEntertainment is an international company that produces, co-produces, and distributes filmed and digital print, documentary, and dramatic content and licensing to academic libraries. Its COVID-19 distance learning policy is FREE streaming for all titles. Contact Patrick Nagle to receive a direct link to its VimeoPro server.

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has nearly 200 instructional and informative videos in its Bird Academy Collection.  Additionally, the Macauley Library is a premier scientific archive of natural history audio, video, and photographs. Interactive material is also available.