Links

Internet Archive

Moving Image website with links to collections on various topics. Some films are available for downloading and editing eg. Prelinger Archive.
www.archive.org


Moving History

Research guide to the United Kingdom’s twelve public sector moving image archives presents detailed information on these fascinating and valuable film and television collections. For viewing only.
www.movinghistory.ac.uk


Film Education

Excellent study guides to recent feature films and classic films and genres.
www.filmeducation.org


BFI’s Screenonline

The British Film Institute’s definitive guide to Britain’s film and TV history. Free to register for all schools and educational organisations.
www.screenonline.org.uk


British Pathe

3500 newsreels from 1896-1970. Will be available through c2k.
www.britishpathe.com


Moving Image Gateway

The British Film and Video Council’s online resource which collects together websites that relate to moving images and sound and their use in higher and further education. Forty subjects from Agriculture to Women's Studies, collected within the four main categories of Arts & Humanities, Bio-Medical, Social Sciences and Science & Technology.
www.bufvc.ac.uk/gateway


Universities' Collaboration in eLearning (UCEL)

Links to other still and moving image resources – the Visual Arts Data Service (VADS), Higher education Library Image eXchange (HELIX); BUFVC Moving Image Gateway and the Moving Image Archive.
www.ucel.ac.uk/resources/images.html


BUFVC Off-Air Recording Back-up Service

The BUFVC runs a television recording back-up service on behalf of UK universities and colleges. Any educational institution holding an Educational Recording Agency licence for off-air recording can take advantage of this service by taking out BUFVC membership.
www.bufvc.ac.uk/services/offair.html

Becta

Becta is the Government's lead agency for ICT in education. It supports the UK Government and national organisations in the use and development of ICT in education to raise standards, widen access, improve skills and encourage effective management.
www.becta.org.uk