- Free Video Hosting – YouTube and some alternatives
- The Top Cultural & Educational Video Sites
- Intelligent YouTube Channels
- Free Educational Videos on the Web — How to Find
- WatchKnow – “Videos for kids to learn from . Organized.”
- Courseware, Podcasts and Videos — Hundreds of sources listed, including directories and search engines dedicated to free online videos – oriented towards adult learning.
- Online Educational Videos — Where to Watch
- Top Ten Most Popular Video Sites
- Top Ten List for Educational Video-Clips – that’s ten clips, not ten sites
- Thirty Free Image Resources on the Web – pictures, not video
- The 21st Century Fluency Project has a great list of video sites that are useful for educators. They are grouped into categories:
- Educational Video Collections
- General Video Collections
- Teacher Education
- Lesson Planning
- Science, Math, and Technology
- History, Arts, and Social Sciences
- Video Tools
- Network and Program Videos
- Free Movies and Clips
- Government and Organizations
- Video Search Engines – about a dozen search engine or directory sites, links to related information.
- Blinkx Video Search
- – About Blinkx
- Internet Movie Database
- – About IMDB – contains links to a page on movie downloads to “about” pages for various free movie sites, and more.
Live Streaming Video
- Learning Network of Vermont (LNV 2.0) provides multi-point video sessions to schools in Vermont and entities with which/whom they’re working. See Trainings on LNV, Scopia desktop and Nuts and Bolts .
- Ustream vs. Mogulus – compares Ustream and Mogulus, mentions Stickam, Operator11, and Kyte.tv .
- Best Live Video Streaming Services Compared – rates about a dozen sites on four criteria – Multimedia/Playlist integration, Text chat, Co-hosting – Multiple web cameras, and Record.
- Teachers’ Guide for Distance Learning Classes (PDF), also Glossary (DOC) and Sample lesson (DOC)
- On the “web tools” tab of this site is a link to a Learning Tools Directory which organizes 2,040 applications (1,464 of them free) into 12 categories, with the top 100 starred. Category 5 is image, audio and video tools, which are divided (A-E), (F-K), (L-Q), (R-Z).
- A blog from Falkirk Primary Schools (Scotland) has many posts on video-related subjects. Videos embedded on this blog seem to not show up with the Chrome browser. Use another browser to view this blog.