|Emersons California Bar Review - Emerson Stafford|
Keywords: law lectures; legal terminology; California Bar Exam; law
|California Light and Sound - California Preservation Program|
Historical moving images and audio from the California Audiovisual Preservation Project In partnership with twenty two libraries, archives and museums, the California Preservation Program is undertaking a project to provide digitization and access services for historic California audiovisual recordings to serve as a prototype for an ongoing program. This database provides "glimpses and whispers" of our state's rich audiovisual heritage- there is much more to be mined and discovered...
|Global Lives Project|
The mission of the Global Lives Project is to collaboratively build a video library of human life experience that reshapes how we as both producers and viewers conceive of cultures, nations and people outside of our own communities. For more information, please visit globallives.org.
|African American Museum and Library at Oakland|
The African American Museum and Library at Oakland is dedicated to the discovery, preservation, interpretation and sharing of historical and cultural experiences of African Americans in California and the West for present and future generations. AAMLO's archival collection is a unique resource on the history of African Americans in Northern California and the Bay Area. The over 160 collections in the archives contain the diaries of prominent families, pioneers, churches, social and political or...
Keywords: African American; Museum; Oakland
|Weaving Women’s Words|
Jewish women across the country have helped shape and nurture their families, communities, and institutions, yet their contributions have often been overlooked. Weaving Women's Words, provides a collection of women's stories in their own voices with supporting documents to fill this gap. Born early in the twentieth century, and interviewed at the beginning of the 21st, our narrators lived through decades of political, social and economic upheaval, as well as dramatic changes in expectations for ...
Keywords: Oral History; Jewish Women; Jewish community
|LION TV: Library Information Literacy Online Network|
Welcome to LION TV, the Library Information Literacy Online Network (LION) devoted to helping you learn all about the world of Information. Content for LION TV comes from the ANimated Tutorial Sharing Project (ANTS), an international collaborative screencasting and video tutorial project. Whether you are wanting to learn how to do Research, use Google more effectively, understand what is an authoritative web site, or learn about a myriad of issues related to information (such as Privacy, Copyrig...
Keywords: LION; ANTS
|Buckminster Fuller Archive|
During the last two weeks of January 1975 Buckminster Fuller gave an extraordinary series of lectures concerning his entire life's work. These thinking out loud lectures span 42 hours and examine in depth all of Fuller's major inventions and discoveries from the 1927 Dymaxion house, car and bathroom, through the Wichita House, geodesic domes, and tensegrity structures, as well as the contents of Synergetics...
Keywords: Buckminster Fuller
The Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006, by Bangladeshi American educator Salman Khan. With the stated mission of "providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere", the website supplies a free online collection of more than 2,400 micro lectures via video tutorials stored on YouTube teaching mathematics, history, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, economics and now computer science.
Keywords: Khan Academy; education; lessons; Salman Khan
|PBS | NPR Forum Network - PBS | NPR Forum Network|
prototype for PBS | NPR Forum Network collections at archive.org The PBS | NPR Forum Network is dedicated to curating and serving live and on-demand lectures given by some of the world's foremost scholars, authors, artists, scientists, policy makers and community leaders. These events are hosted by world-class cultural and educational organizations in Boston and beyond. Through this online service hundreds of thousands of people worldwide listen to these talks wherever and whenever they choose...
|Chicago Film Archives|
Chicago Film Archives is a regional film archive dedicated to collecting, preserving and providing access to films that represent the Midwest. CFA incorporated in late 2003 in order to preserve and catalogue over five thousand 16mm films donated by the Chicago Public Library. Since then, CFA's collection has expanded to over fourteen thousand films of various genres and forms. In addition to collecting films by commercial, experimental and documentary filmmakers, CFA is particularly interested i...
Keywords: Chicago Film Archives; CFA; Midwest; 16mm film; 8mm film; Chicago Public Library; commercial films; experimental films; documentaries; home movies; amateur films
|TED Talks - Academic conference, Richard Saul Wurman, Harry Marks, technology, design|
TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) is a global set of conferences owned by the private non-profit Sapling Foundation, formed to disseminate "ideas worth spreading." http://www.ted.com/ Videos in this collection include originals in 420p quality MPEG4 16:9 aspect ratio, and a derived letter-boxed version in NTSC Standard Definition MPEG2 in a 4:3 aspect ratio that is broadcast ready. This collection contains only those TedTalks that don't contain trailing commercials...
Keywords: Ted Talks
|Jewish Women's Archive - Katrina's Jewish Voices|
Katrina's Jewish Voices – An online collecting project of the Jewish Women's Archive A joint project by the Jewish Women's Archive partnered with the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) to capture the voices and experiences of members of the Jewish communities of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast communities during Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. For more information, see katrina.jwa.org/about#about-oral-history...
Keywords: Katrina; Jewish
Appalshop is a multi-media arts and cultural center located in central Appalachia. Since its founding in 1969 Appalshop has produced media about all aspects of life in the region including coal mining, subsistence farming, crafts, labor strikes, music, storytelling, religious practices, politics, environmental activism, and Appalachian literature. The Appalshop Archive will be uploading selections from the collections to Internet Archive in 2013, beginning with the Early Headwaters Television pr...
Keywords: pbs; bluegrass; music; kentucky; appalachia
|Vintage Educational Films|
This collection features vintage educational films from a variety of sources. Films intended for educational purposes are an enormous, often neglected part of the twentieth century media landscape. Archived here are corporate and government sponsored films; classroom academic films instructing students in science and the humanities, and classroom guidance films on sex education, manners, and morality; military training films; medical films aimed at the public or at health practitioners; religiou...
|Timothy Leary Archive: Videos|
The Timothy Leary Archive covers forty years of lectures, TV guest appearances, performance art, talk shows, and experimental films from Timothy's personal archives. News report of the start of this collection in February 2009.
Introducing Wellcome Film Wellcome Film, an online digital collection of moving images on 20th-century healthcare and medicine, chronicles the history of medicine over the last 100 years. On the Internet Archive just over 200 titles are freely available under Worldwide non-commercial Creative Commons licences. The earliest footage dates from the founder, Sir Henry Wellcome's time (an American-born pharmaceutical magnate, 1853-1936) - rare footage from Gebel (or Jebel) Moya in the Sudan 1912-13 ...
|Academic Film Archive of North America|
The mission of The Academic Film Archive of North America (AFA) is to acquire, preserve, document, and promote academic film by providing an archive, resource, and forum for continuing scholarly advancement and public exhibition. The AFA defines academic film as any film in the broad subject areas of the Humanities and Sciences which were sold into secondary school, university, and public libraries...
The Media Burn Archive contains a unique collection of 5,000 non-fiction videotapes reflecting historical, political and social reality as seen by independent producers from 1972 to 2002. It supplies a major dose of American studies, media history and electronic literacy. You are invited to enjoy this small selection of films from the Media Burn Independent Video Archive! Click to go to the webpage of the Media Burn Independent Video Archive...
|University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Films|
In its 120-year history, the University of Pennsylvania Museum has collected nearly one million objects, many obtained directly through its own field excavations or anthropological research. Three gallery floors feature materials from ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Bible Lands, Mesoamerica, Asia and the ancient Mediterranean World, as well as artifacts from native peoples of the Americas, Africa and Polynesia...
|Fadiman Social Documentaries|
Oscar nominated filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman's documentaries focus on social issues including education, women's rights, HIV prevention, and abortion. View a selection of her films here. Click for more information about Dorothy Fadiman's films.