Answered By: Chris Hudson Last Updated: Sep 01, 2020 Views: 2
The library has a number of options for streaming video available to Kenyon students, faculty, and staff.
America in World War II, Docuseek, Films on Demand, National Film Board of Canada, Naxos Video Library, Shoah Visual History Archive, and Socialism on Film all contain a multitude of video clips and feature length documentaries on a wide variety of subject areas.
Kanopy is a feature length video streaming service for the academic market also covering a broad range of topics. Films in Kanopy can be viewed up to three times across campus without cost. On the fourth viewing, a one year license is triggered for campus. You can view a list of current licenses to see for which films Kenyon has already paid to have access.