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Streaming Video

Services subscribed to by the Mount Library

Other Streaming Collections

National Film Board of Canada Streaming

The Mount Library subscribes to NFB CAMPUS, the live streaming service of the National Film Board.  This gives you access to over 500 NFB films.

To stream a film click on the image from the film with the play button on it.
Please note: if you try to download the film, you will be asked for a fee as our subscriptions does not include downloads.

Student and instructors who would like more functionality can create an NFB CAMPUS account on the NFB site which allows you to create your own clips and playlists. You must use your email account to create your NFB Campus account. You will find interactive projects and easy-to-use tools that allow you to explore and present NFB content in the classroom


Online Video Sites for Teaching

Khan Academy is well known for its collection of more than 1800 instructional math, science, history, and economics videos. Khan Academy also offers self-paced mathematics lessons

Students can ask questions, do practice problems, and watch videos (from Khan Academy and other sources) for free.

Teacher Tube is an online community for sharing instructional videos.

Ted-Ed pair extraordinary educators with talented animators to produce a new library of exceptional educational videos. 


Other Video Catalogues

YouTube in the Classroom

"YouTube EDU is a sub-section of YouTube that contains high-quality educational content." Selected material from YouTube that is cleared for educational use.
"YouTube for Schools is a network setting that, when implemented, allows your school to access the educational content on YouTube EDU while limiting access to non-educational content on" This places the selected material from EDU on your school's local server, particularly relavant to grade schools which often block YouTube.
" is a how-to site that shows you how to use YouTube in the classroom."

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Public Performances at MSVU

MSVU has public performance rights licences through 2 providers:



Both have searchable catalogues and any film found in them can be shown all or in part on campus.

Audiences must not be charged admission.

Also check the Library Catalogue for videos owned by MSVU as they often have performance rights purchased at the time of their acquisition by the Library.

If you would like to show any video on campus that is not covered by any of these licenses, please contact Rodney Tucker in the Library for assistance and more information.

This guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License.
Creative Commons License

You may copy the guide for noncommercial purposes as long as credit is included. Please be aware that the guide may contain links to subscription based services for which access is restricted. We encourage you to license your derivative works under Creative Commons as well to encourage sharing and reuse of educational materials.