More than 600 Technicolor cinemagazine videos from the 1960s now freely available to view online
Ever wondered how to cite a TV advert or DVD extra? Take a look at our new set of practical guidelines, which encourage best practice in citing audiovisual material across all disciplines.
A shared online TV and radio service for education. Over 115,000 television and radio broadcasts now available all from your browser.
Our up-to-date guide supports those using moving image and sound media in HE and FE. Written in an accessible, jargon-free free style, it considers how to use third party content, legal exceptions, licensing bodies and much more besides.
The winners of the Learning on Screen Awards 2013 were announced at an award ceremony on the evening of 18 April 2013. View the winners, nominations and photos from the evening and discover the leading productions in learning, teaching and research here.
Viewfinder 91 includes articles on audiovisual citation, 1960s British cinema-going, the online delivery of the Roundabout cinemagazine and Dziga Vertov’s early Soviet newsreels, accessing the archive of BBC World service … and much more!