The BBC’s mission is to enrich people's lives with programs that inform, educate, and entertain. The BBC Video Collection combines 700 of Alexander Street's most-viewed BBC films. Topics in the collection span multiple subjects and appeal to many patron types. Viewers will experience relevant, timely documentaries, and your library will see immediate usage and a positive return on investment.
The breadth of content, along with flexible acquisition options, makes the BBC Video Collection relevant not only to students, scholars, and other patrons, but to academic programs in history, science, business, art, music, health, and more. Faculty across the curriculum will find these documentaries useful in creating rich online, hybrid, and in-class experiences.
The BBC Video Collection is available in high definition on Alexander Street’s advanced learning interface. Features that encourage in-depth exploration include:
The BBC Video Collection is available via subscription and outright purchase to libraries worldwide. Free MARC records are included for all films.
Teachers and students alike will enjoy using [The BBC Video Collection]. The layers of tools provided for using this video collection take it to the next level. Academic libraries will also find this collection beneficial for undergraduates in history, political science, business, and a range of humanities.Kristin Kay Leeman, Reference Librarian/Instructor, University of Colorado American Reference Books Annual (ARBA)