Looking for ways to stream videos this fall?
Current Emory students, faculty, and staff have access to a wide variety of streaming video resources, from documentaries to music to popular studio films. While not a comprehensive list, these are some of Emory’s most popular streaming services:
Academic Video Online (AVON): Best for documentaries in history, art, and other humanities.
Kanopy: Mixture of Hollywood blockbusters, global cinema, and popular documentaries. Some highlights include a number of films in the Criterion Collection and selections from The Great Courses.
Swank: While primarily used for Course Reserves, Swank has a selection of Hollywood films, and even some recent releases!
Film Platform: Modern documentaries with a social justice and politics emphasis.
Some quick tips and tricks:
If you’re having trouble streaming, try opening the page in an incognito or private browser window.
Not all films on these sites show up in discoverE, so take a look on each site individually to confirm their available titles.
Selections change frequently, so be sure to check back for new titles!
Contact reference librarians for more help searching and discovering streaming resources at Emory.
In addition, check out LITS Films and Videos page for more information!