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The Best Places On The Web To Find Documentaries (Non-YouTube)

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If you’re not as lucky as us (our school district has unblocked YouTube for teacher accounts), I thought having a list like this would be useful.

You might also be interested in The Best Sites For News & History Videos That Won’t Get Blocked By Content Filters (At Least, Not By Ours!).

Thanks to several folks on Twitter for their recommendations, including @joefinkelstein, @EdDarrell and @justinstallings.

I hope readers will contribute more suggestions.

Here are my choices for The Best Places On The Web To Find Documentaries (Non-YouTube):

I’ll start off with suggesting you see a post by Richard Byrne, where he recommends five places to see online documentaries for free.

PBS American Experience

Archive

TeacherTube

As always, feedback is welcome.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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