Stock footage is generally between seven seconds and thirty seconds long, either mute or with natural sound. It is ideal for bespoke content creation.
News footage comes from a news bulletin or documentary and is generally voiced. It offers real-life and up-to-date context for learning.
Instructional clips are specialized videos pedagogically tailored to learning outcomes. They contain insights from experts and educators.
TV clips are bitesize branded programming usually cut from longer broadcast documentaries.
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Our goal is to provide deep curriculum coverage in all subjects across English and American education systems. Right now we have more than 1 million videos which give us strong coverage and a dedicated content team looking for the best new videos every day. The best way to find out if we have what you’re looking for is to sign up and search for yourself. It only takes a few minutes to register.
We also include additional video content on the platform that sits outside of the curriculum but may still have educational value. This includes historical archive footage, news footage, recorded speeches and professional development videos.
Yes. We recognise that there are many professionals who work within education but they may not be employed by a school. As long as you use the videos in an educational setting, with students or teachers, you are able to use the platform.
If you would like to use any of the videos in a commercial context, as part of an online course or as marketing/advertisement for your services, for example, you will require a license to use the video. We can take care of that for you. Visit Boclips for Publishers to learn more.