With the first U.S. presidential debates coming up very soon and Election Day rapidly approaching, many college and university students will have their eyes on the election over the coming months. Infobase’s Films On Demand streaming video service can help, as it is the source for compelling programs on high-interest and core topics, including the election, Hispanic Heritage Month, consent on campus, and more.
Subscribers can also explore the new, complete calendar (accessible via the menu in the header, top left) for the year’s milestones, holidays, and events—a handy source for ideas throughout the year.
Presidential Election Coverage
This election year is all about making history! Review highlights from the candidates’ acceptance speeches in Trump Accepts GOP Nomination, Lays Out “Law and Order” Platform and Hillary Clinton Promises to Build a “Better Tomorrow”, or watch landmark contests with the series U.S. Presidential Election Debates, a fascinating look back at every televised U.S. presidential election debate in history.
Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15–October 15
Perfect for Hispanic Heritage Month, the landmark PBS series The Latino Americans is the first major documentary series for television to chronicle the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos, who have for the past 500-plus years helped shape our nation and who have become, with more than 50 million people, the largest minority group in the United States.
Make Campus Safer for Everyone
The issue of consent is complicated and controversial. View these ABC News titles to begin the discussion of what is—and isn’t—acceptable: Consent on Campus: A Nightline Event, Campus Confidential: Southern Oregon University Program Helps Student Who Was Raped Find Justice, and Vanderbilt: The Party’s Over.
About Films On Demand:
Films On Demand is widely regarded as a frontrunner in the educational streaming video field. Its extensive amount of video content in a wide array of subjects comes from more than 800 of the best producers around the world.