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Internet Sites:

• Video Strategies
This site from the National Teacher Training Institute includes information on why video should be used in the classroom, utilization strategies, and advice from master teachers.

• National Information Center for Educational Media
Producer of indexes and databases for locating educational films and other media. Offers MediaSleuth, a one-stop online shop for purchasing and cataloging nonprint educational and training materials. Offering free global access to all students, teachers, librarians, media specialists, corporate trainers, and anyone else who uses, recommends or buys educational media.

• Teach With Movies — A New Tool for Parents and Teachers
Includes searchable collection of movie resources for:  music, dance, drama, literature, visual arts; ethical, social, andcultural issues that children face as they grow older and mature; major events in history;  extraordinary men and women who have shaped our world; great achievements of civilization; and more.  Includes Learning Guides.  Users can search using:  The Cultural Heritage Index; Title search, Keyword search; The Character Development Index; a list of Movies Not Recommended; and movies that can be used as Teaching Tools.

• Films for the Humanities and Sciences
A collection of over 7000 video and CD-ROM programs covering “a broad range of subject areas appropriate for schools, colleges, and public libraries.”

• Asian Educational Media Service
“The new service provides an annotated, searchable database of audio-visual media materials on Asia on a Web site; in addition, AEMS also maintains a free phone service to answer queries and a video collection on Asia for browsing.

• Docuseek: Film and Video Finder
“DocuSeek is a search site for independent documentary, social issue, and educational videos.”

• Media Reference: Sources and Information
A collection of online resources compiled by the Media Resources Center at UC Berkeley Library.

• ERIC Digest – Mass Media Use in the Classroom (1999)