Resource Type: Video

National Theatre Collection

Filmed productions plus exclusive digitized archival materials such as photographs, scripts, costume designs, and more from Britain’s Royal National Theatre.

Docuseek

Independently made documentary films focusing primarily on global health, environmental, and economic issues.

HistoryMakers

Video of oral history interviews highlighting the accomplishments of individual African Americans and African-American-led groups and movements.

News Data Service PowerSearch

See the Research/IT Desk – Ask a Librarian to log you in. News Data Services provides access to broadcast news transcripts from local and national tv and radio stations from 2002 to today. Streaming video content is available for 60 days from the time of broadcast and can be clipped and saved for later analysis.

Minnesota Reflections

Searches through citations and the full text Digitized historical materials shared by cultural heritage organizations from across our state, including images, text, audio, film, and more, with new items added on a regular basis.

Historical Audio and Visual Materials about Carleton College

Searches through citation information Audio and video recordings of Carleton College, its campus, events, and people. While many of these recordings were made by the College, the collection includes several “home movies” made by Carleton students providing a unique glimpse into student life.

Library of Congress Digital Collections

(Searches through citations and subject indexing) Contains texts, sound recordings, still and moving images, maps, and sheet music from the Library of Congress that document American History. NOTE: The Library of Congress has migrated all collections from the American Memory Project into this new platform.

Europeana

(Searches through citations and subject indexing) A large collections with artworks, artifacts, books, videos and sounds from across Europe.

DPLA: Digital Public Library of America

(Searches through citations, subject indexing, and transcripts) Aggregates millions of digital items from major libraries and collections across the country, including Carleton College.

Human Rights Studies Online

(Searches through citations, subject indexing, and transcripts) Provides comparative documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide from 1900 to 2010. The collection includes both primary and secondary materials.