Explore the World of Documentary and Social Issues Film/Video with Docuseek2

Did you know . . . As a UO student, faculty member, or staff member, you have access to Docuseek2 under the UO Libraries' license!

Docuseek2 is the internet site where colleges, universities, and other educational institutions can discover, access, and stream the best documentary and social issues films and videos available. The collection numbers over 730 films! An A-Z list of titles is available.

New in August 2015, Docuseek2 is especially pleased to announce the addition of 56 films from the National Film Board of Canada. Covering a range of subjects and styles, these films enrich the Docuseek2 collection in subject areas such as animation, women’s and gender studies, history, First Nations and indigenous peoples, and the environment.

Docuseek2 allows you to search through its database in both traditional and unique ways. Docuseek2 supports traditional key word searches, but expands it to include searching through descriptions and transcripts. Docuseek2 also adds an expanded subject taxonomy, and allows you to combine subject category searches with grade level, length, filmmaker, awards, format, and other characteristics to focus your search.

For help using Docuseek2, start with the Welcome page on their support wiki.

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