Using audiovisual documents in the classroom
Using videos and films in the classroom
- Get copyright advice
- Book audiovisual material for classroom showing
- Multimedia Distribution Service lends and rents audiovisual equipment, and is responsible for the equipment and operation of all classrooms. (MRT 014)
Films on Demand provides instant access to over 6 000 streaming videos on a wide range of subjects
NFB.ca, a Web site where you can watch over 800 films, clips and trailers produced by the National Film Board of Canada. New films are added every week. The online Screening Room features playlists, where users can find suggestions from film experts and directors. The site also offers Described Video and Closed Captioning capabilities.
- Note: Our license includes classroom use and public performance, provided no entry fee is charged. Titles are also found in the library catalogue. Contact Media Resources to suggests films, complementary content and features which would make it easier for you to use NFB.ca.
Using images in the classroom
- Get Copyright Advice
- Mutlimedia Distribution Service lends and rents audiovisual equipment, and is responsible for the equipment and operation of all classrooms. (MRT 014)
- ARTstor Training, Seminars, Workshops
- Since 2007, uOttawa ever-growing collections of digital images, mostly in the areas of the arts and humanities, have been made available via ARTstor allowing users to search some or all collections. Contact Media Resources to suggest new images.