video repository

INA - Institut National Audiovisuel

INA is the French national film archive. It holds over 3.5 million hours of television and radio recordings, dating back to the earliest broadcasts, with a further 800,000 hours of legally deposited material added each year.

The recurrent theme running through all of our activities and making Ina a company with an audiovisual culture is preserving, promoting and transmitting form.

Schools World

Through engaging videos, practical resources and an active online community, SchoolsWorld supports the professional development of anyone working in school, enabling them to widen their skills, develop their practice, and connect with others in the field. It provides instant access to up to date professional development videos and resources, practical tips and lesson ideas.

Table of contents: 

Art & Design, Business Studies, Citizenship, Cross-curriculum, Design & Technology, Engineering, English, Geography, History, ICT, Maths, Modern Foreign Languages, Music, Physical Education, PSHE, Religious Education, Science, Vocational 14-19

Video Resource "100 Questions on Islam"

This "100 Questions on Islam" video series, produced the UN Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the British Council and published on a Vimeo Channel is a easily accessible repository of expert interviews on video (all short pieces) discussing current issues around perceptions of Islam and Muslim communities. Interviewees are scholars, journalists and policymakers from a diversity of geographical and professional backgrounds on major social, foreign policy, and historical questions. The 100 videos, which average two minutes in length, be a valuable source for research or education on the topic. Topics include the role of women in Islam, the place of democratic principles in theocratic governments, the veil, the Arab Spring, Shariah law and so on.
100 Questions About Islam tries to be a digital resource for the general public. It was produced by students from the University of Missouri School of Journalism during a symposium hosted by Georgetown University’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding.

Table of contents: 

Arab Spring
Cultural Understanding
Evaluating the "Clash of Civilizations"
Islam and International Relations
Muslims and American Politics
Muslims and the West Throughout History
Muslims in the Public Sphere
New Conversations
One Religion, Many Cultures
Politics and Religion
The Nuances of Identity
The Problem with Stereotypes
Understanding Islam
Women and Islam

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UN Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC), the British Council, University of Missouri School of Journalism, Georgetown University’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding




100 videos of average 2 minutes


NPTEL - National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning

The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning, NPTEL, is a joint project of a group of well-known technology education/research institutes in India, collectively known as the Indian Institutes of Technology. This project has placed online resources in HTML or PDF format as well as many video lessons, providing e-learning through online Video courses in Engineering, Science and humanities streams.
The project also has a channel on YouTube that can be accessed at

Film Awards and Prizes - University of Leicester

This web page is a list of some interesting educational films produced by Jon Shears and Carl Vivian who both work in Multimedia Services in IT Services of the University of Leicester. Their expertise in creating educational films and teaching materials, and for designing and teaching film production modules has been internationally recognised: here you can find some of the winner films.

Multimedia Training Videos

Multimedia Training Videos is a series of free and open educational resources for learning a variety of multimedia and ICT tools. It was created by members of the MSc in Multimedia of the University of Westminster.
The project is a joint collaboration between Joint Information Systems Committee-JISC, Higher Edcuation Academy and University of Westminster Education Initiative Centre. You can read more about the OER project at the following site: Open Educational Resources Site

LUTube - University of Leeds channel

LUTube is a service from the Leeds University that allows staff and students to share and watch online videos. On the website you can find a lot of different educational and informative kind of videos.

History for Music Lovers on Youtube

History for Music Lovers is a Youtube channel with a collection of music videos made for history and literature teaching and performed on the backing track of very famous songs, like this one about King Arthur (on the music of "Nature boy" by Eden Ahbez) or this one about the Ancient Minoan Civilization on the tones of "Creep" by Radiohead.
See also their Facebook page ( and follow them on Twitter (!/historyteacherz).

Table of contents: 

53 videos (2012/02):
William the Conqueror ("Sexyback"...
Viva Roma No. V ("Mambo #5" by Lo...
The Vikings ("Personal Jesus" by ...
The Trojan War ("Tainted Love" by...
The Spanish Inquisition ("(Keep F...
The Mahabharata ("Abracadabra" by...
The French Revolution ("Bad Roman...
The Crusades ("Eyes Without a Fac...
The Canterbury Tales ("California...
Renaissance Man ("Blister in the ...
Prehistoric ("Toxic" by Britney S...
Pompeii ("Bang Bang (My Lover Sho...
Napoleon ("Gone Daddy Gone" by th...
Mummification ("Good Riddance (Ti...
Mary, Queen of Scots ("Jenny from...
Martin Luther ("Manic Monday" by ...
Makers en partners
Macedonia ("My Sharona" by the Kn...
Leonardo da Vinci ("Dear Prudence...
Joan of Arc ("Seven Nation Army" ...
I'm a Knight ("Friday Night" by L...
History for Music Lovers
Henry VIII ("Money, Money, Money"...
Elizabeth I ("She's Not There" by...
Constantine ("Come On, Eileen" by...
Cleopatra ("Fergilicious" by Fergie)
Chinese Dynasties ("Vogue" by Mad...
Charlemagne ("Call Me" by Blondie)
Black Death ("Hollaback Girl" by ...
Beowulf ("99 Luftballons" by Nena)
Anne Boleyn ("Girl" by the Beatles)
Ancient Minoan Civilization ("Cre...

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Web browser

SchoolTube is a free video sharing website, approved by over a dozen National Education Associations for use in K-12 schools. Their mission is to provide educators and students a safe and fun video sharing environment to enhance their classrooms and learning experiences. Videos are student produced and moderator approved through a innovative Chain of Accountability process.

An assortment of new student and teacher created content is available on daily from lots of categories, and it can be used by students, teachers, administrators, and school-related associations.

ResearchChannel on YouTube

ResearchChannel is a nonprofit media and technology organization that connects a global audience with the research and academic institutions whose developments. Its YouTube Channel is a good repository of educational videos.

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