A popular, trendy video streaming service with channels for Great Courses; classic, international, short, experimental films including The Criterion Collection; documentaries including Canadian; Social Issues with channels looking at Feminism, Racism, and LGBTQ; First Nations – and lots more. For environmental or sustainability topics, search the terms "environmental sciences" or "sustainability" in the Kanopy search box. When the results box pops up, click on View All Results for a range of films on the topic searched. There will likely be some overlap in the results of these search terms.
Access to over 2.500 National Film Board (NFB) of Canada films, trailers and clips. Productions available in both English and French. The Library's institutional license includes public performance rights on campus. Access Note: Faculty can access the "For Teachers" section of NFB.ca by setting up a free account, by clicking "Become a Member" from the website. Once an account has been set up, email email@example.com, and let them know you are faculty at the University of Saskatchewan, the email address used to set up your account, and that you are requesting an activation link for a CAMPUS account.
License Information: There are no restrictions to the number of simultaneous users. Access is restricted to current students, faculty, and staff of the University of Saskatchewan, and to "walk-in" users of the University of Saskatchewan Library for educational, research, and non-commercial personal use. It is accessible in the library, on campus, and remotely. This is an institutional license including public performance rights on campus. NFB.ca is also available as an open access resource for all Canadians accessing it from home. Systematic copying or downloading of electronic resource content is not permitted by Canadian and International Copyright law.
Free to use if we credit Usask. Attribution required (but is not always done in banners where there is no place for attribution, and that seems to be okay so far). See the album of Top USask Photos for examples of high quality images.
The Communications department has released a downloadable photo pack that can be used for university websites and print advertising. This link also has a list of tips for selecting and taking good quality photos and model release forms if you would like to take your own photos for use on the library website. You are welcome and encouraged to take photos related to your library and services for use on the website. If any people are included in the photos please ensure that the model release form is completed and retained.