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Classroom Video Resources

All films and videos found via the resources listed on this page may be used in the classroom.

Full length films

These video resources are available through the Napa County Library and may be screened in the classroom. If you do not already have a library card, you can apply for one online here

Over 30,000 Documentaries, Classic, and Indie Films
Movies, TV series, music and more! 



The Netflix End User License Agreement, which you agreed to when you created an account, specifies that the account is “only for your personal, non-commercial use.”

Netflix is not alone here; Amazon PrimeHulu, and other personal streaming vendors do not grant rights for institutional or educational use.

This is important because licenses overrule copyright exemptions. Showing your personal DVD during class is covered by a specific copyright exemption (Section 110), and showing clips can be covered by fair use (Section 107).

There is no copyright exemption that allows streaming videos from personal subscription vendors in your classroom when the license prohibits such viewings.

To stream a film/video, consider using one of the resources linked on this page...all are cleared for classroom use.

Britannica Media Library

Most videos and animations are typically less than three-minutes in length providing excellent, engaging content to introduce new topics. This content is IP-authenticated and does not require a login.

Other video resources

Many of these video resources are hosted on YouTube. Before you share them, use to remove ads. 

TED Ed Lessons Worth Sharing
TED Talks for secondary students.
Crash Course
Videos for secondary all topics.
crash course kids
Crash course for elementary science.
pbs learning media
Video for all ages on all subjects.
Videos about numbers and math.
science friday
Entertaining & educational science videos.
maddie moate
EduTuber goes in search of answers!
minute earth
Science stories about our planet.
Brain scoop
Natural history topics.