TV, film, sound and image sources can all be important research resources. See the Images LibGuide, or the Films, DVDs and Videos LibGuide for guidance on selecting and using audiovisual material in your teaching, studies and research.
Use the Database A-Z List to discover the Film & Sound and Image databases that are available to you. A few highlights include:
Artstor This link opens in a new window
Digital images of arts and architecture. Use it to view artwork images and build and share image collections.
Box of Broadcasts This link opens in a new window
An online service for off-air recording, media streaming and archiving of TV and radio programmes from all scheduled free to air broadcast channels. BoB provides a facility for recording, creating clips and playlists of programmes.
Kanopy This link opens in a new window
Online video streaming platform. Includes critically-acclaimed movies, inspiring documentaries, award-winning foreign films and more. Films are discoverable via Library Search.
You may also want to explore the TED resources. TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less). Explore the topics or search for relevant videos.