What is NBC LEARN?
NBC LEARN is a collection of video resources, primary sources, images, and text resources designed for use in K-12 and higher education. Through the archives, faculty have access to thousands of video clips, including news footage of historic events, critical analysis, current events and mini-documentaries covering topics from early American history to the present day.
In addition, the archives bring together a collection of articles, primary source documents, photos and images, charts and graphs, and political cartoons from partners such as The Washington Post, The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, and other content providers.
An overview of the NBC Video Collection:
- 28 Higher Ed Collections
- 10,000 unique pieces of content across 23 collections in K-12
- NBC News Archives Spanning 90 Years starting in the 1920s
- Universal Newsreels / NBC Radio Predates News Archives
- All Collections Regularly Updated with Current Events
- Original Three Courses: U.S. History, English, U.S. Government & Politics
- Niche Collections: African American Studies, American Indian Heritage, Women's Studies, Hispanic Heritage
- Teacher Consultants Helped Create the Collection Outlines
- Collections Follow Scope and Sequence of Textbooks
- State Standards Correlated by EdGate
- Original content collections such as "Science of the Olympics"