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World History in Video – University of Reading

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World History in Video

On-campus? No password required

Off-campus? University username and password required via an Institutional login 

Scope

A wide-ranging, worldwide collection of documentaries covering human history from the earliest civilizations to the late twentieth century. They incorporate a wide variety of primary sources, including archival images, artifacts, documents—and in the modern era also interviews with key participants.

Help & guidance

How you may use the content

Permitted

  • lecture presentations
  • Blackboard - embed the video in your module or link to it
  • student work

Tip! You may make clips and playlists with the videos

Not permitted

  • publicly available websites
  • public display in University
  • any alteration, adaption or modification the video 

EndNote Info

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