The Service has been building capacity in the video management and streaming of digital content for the past several years. The video streaming content includes more than 50,000 titles in digital format.
|SNAP Resource Catalog - The service has been building capacity in video management and streaming of digital content for the past several years. The video streaming content includes more than 50,000 titles in digital format. Access SNAP|
|BrainPop Jr. (Grades K-3) - Provides animated, curriculum-based content that engages students and supports educators.|
|Teen Kids News - A national 1/2 hour weekly program that highlights positive stories about kids doing amazing things and helping to make the world a better place. Includes performance tasks, simulations, and state standards correlations.|
|Streaming Channels - Includes educational programming from Time Warner Cable (Live TV). Watch at the scheduled time, or programs can be recorded upon request using the media online form, and an e-mail link will be sent for streaming the program in the classroom.|
|Learn 360 - More than 73,000 media resources from trusted educational publishers and producers, which supplement all curricular areas. Video content is available for Pre-K - 12th grade and includes lesson resources.|
|PBS Learning Media - (previously known as VITALNY) offers thousands of standards-based Pre-K-12 media resources, support materials, and self-paced lessons, including classroom-ready content for ELA, math, science, and social studies.|
Soundzabound - Digital audio offers a wide variety of music, audio themes and sound effects for grades K-12 that ensures copyright safety. Perfect for podcasts, SMARTBoard lessons, PowerPoint, videos, news shows, video yearbooks, digital storytelling, presentations, TV broadcasts, Web design and more.
|Core Curriculum Content - CCC! provides K-12 educators and students with core curriculum media content and lesson resources. CCC! also includes a STEM program, which is a K-12 collection of digital resource focused on mastery learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).|