*Theater in Video films are not included in the search results at this time.
Not all the streaming films in the Novanet Catalogue are available for access by the MSVU community. Browse the individual collections for more advanced search options and to guarantee access for Mount users.
The Mount Library subscribes to NFB CAMPUS, the live streaming service of the National Film Board with access to more than 500 NFB films.
To stream a film click on the image from the film with the play button on it.
Please note: our subscription does not allow downloads.
Students and instructors can create an NFB CAMPUS account which will allow you to create your own clips and playlists, as well as view interactive projects and easy-to-use tools to explore and present NFB content in the classroom. You must use your @msvu.ca email address for this service.
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.
"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 YouTube.com." This places the selected material from EDU on your school's local server, particularly relavant to grade schools which often block YouTube.
"YouTube.com/Teachers is a how-to site that shows you how to use YouTube in the classroom."
(quoted content from: http://support.google.com/youtube/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1657123)
MSVU has public performance licenses that allow you to stream content at your events, even if it's not for an educational purpose. Audiences must not be charged admission to see the film. Check for studios represented and covered by license for Audio-Cine and Criterion.
You can 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 a video on campus but you're not sure what to do, please contact your liaison librarian for more information.