FedFlix is a free, online database of  films produced by the U.S. Government and hosted by the Internet Archive. (Interesting note: materials produced by the Federal Government are almost always in the public domain, so they’re excellent resources for teaching. )

The site has nearly 5,000 audiovisual works that you can watch, download, stream, review and rate. These range from historical works – such as a 1975 video promoting the efficacy of the Apollo space program – to governmental business meetings such as this one on witness immunity. Films can be found by title, author, items recently added to the collection, subject, keyword, and search.

Found a video you want to use in your teaching at Kirkwood? Want to supplement that video with some other online resources? Don’t forget that your Kirkwood Librarians can make you a custom LibGuide for your class. Learn more here.

Nicole Forsythe, Reference Librarian

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