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John Dalziel's insight:
DocuWiki is one of the Internet’s biggest resources for documentaries.
The website lists the documentaries sorted by subject, publisher, year of release, narrator, language etc.
Each documentary is accompanied by...
DocuWiki is one of the most resourceful encyclopedias of documentaries on the Internet.
The documentaries are classified into 11 categories – each further classified into numerous sub-categories.
If practitioners are looking for documentaries to use in teaching & learning, there are many sites where their learners can watch them for free.
This post provides a list of sites, some of which allow users to add comments about the films and even allow them to download the films.
DocumentaryHeaven is a site filled with hundreds of free online documentaries just waiting to be seen!
I'm sure that practitioners could find the videos on Documentary Heaven by searching the web themselves, but Documentary Heaven makes it easier to find good content.
Through Documentary Heaven users can find documentaries covering all kinds of topics in science, history, politics, business, and many more categories. The videos are sourced from a variety of services not just YouTube.
Note: Documentary Heaven does have some videos in the "lifestyle" category that might not be appropriate for younger learners.
Looking for highly informational and entertaining Documentary films?
Well here offering a collection of thousands of free documentaries is a service called Chockadoc.
When users find a documentary they like, they simply click on it and be taken to its Chockadoc page. There they will find the documentary video along with an accompanying description.
Comments can be made on the documentary’s page and users can interact with others who have seen the documentary.
Video documentaries are a wonderfully informative way for learners to find out about topics they are unfamiliar with.
Documentary.Net offers free, legal documentaries that are relevant to current global topics.
"Watch. Discuss. Learn.Explore the world on documentary.net - Free streaming of curated documentaries..."