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Digital Content for Teachers

Swank Movie Database
Swank K12 Streaming provides streaming access to feature films and documentaries for educational use .
Teachers can easily find and stream movies in the classroom, or they can assign to students for viewing
outside of class. 
(See Mrs. Maloy for username and password)
Finally, to ensure you have all of the information necessary to watch and assign films as needed for
class, I’ve included a resource page below that includes short how-to videos on various portal
functionality along with a teacher guide with step-by-step instructions for navigating the streaming
K12 Streaming Resources:

Alexander Street/ProQuest Information

Academic Video Online (Alexander Street) is the most comprehensive video subscription available to libraries. It delivers over 70,000 titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more.

There are two ways to access Alexander Street:

Whole-video, general browsing, video sharing with links:


Whole-video, video editing, specific searching, video sharing with links or embedding videos in Canvas:


If you are accessing Alexander Street at school, you should not need to login. If you are accessing it remotely at home, you will need to log in. (See Mrs. Maloy for login and password information)


Instructional videos for Alexander Street:



JSTOR is a digital library, a database giving access to more than 12 million academic journal articles in 75 different disciplines. You and your students can access this database here:
Please refer to your email for username and password information or contact Brittany Maloy.

ProQuest offers a scholarly database on Coronavirus research. To access this, you will need to login regardless if you are at school or at home (see Mrs. Maloy for username and password):