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Academic Video Online
Over 64,000 scholarly videos in multiple subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film & cinema, health, music and dance, news and current affairs, science, and much more. Programs include documentaries, interviews, performances, news, raw footage, and archival materials.

Common Craft
Common Craft videos are designed to explain new or complex subjects in about 3 minutes. They are also captioned for accessibility.

Films on Demand
Thousands of high-resolution streaming videos organized by subject. For academic research as well as general interest, this collection includes archival and newsreel films as well as career and technical videos.

Kanopy Streaming Videos
Streaming videos organized by subject, for academic research as well as general interest. Contains many genres, from documentaries to movies to training videos. Publishers include BBC, California Newsreel, Criterion Collection, First Run Features, New Day Films, PBS, etc.

NOTE: Some of the resources linked on this page may use digital content, images, or text that may cause barriers for those using assistive, or accessibility-related technologies. If you encounter barriers, please contact the PCC Access Tech Team at or by calling 971-722-TECH (971-722-8324).

PCC’s YouTube Channel

PCC’s YouTube channel contains links to hundreds of PCC-produced educational and instructional videos that can be included in your course(s). As with many YouTube videos, those on PCC’s channel can be embedded in D2L/Brightspace and/or shared with your students via email or other means.

How to find videos of interest:
If you go to PCC’s YouTube channel and click on the “Videos” tab you will see only the most recent videos on the channel. The best way to find videos that may be of interest to you is to:
  • Look through the playlists by clicking on the “Playlist” tab;
  • Or by doing a keyword search by clicking on the magnifying glass icon to the right of the “About” tab.
  • Or, if you need help finding particular educational and instructional videos on our channel, please contact Michael Annus (Video Producer).”