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Missed a broadcast? Searching for audio or visual material to support a particular lesson? With an ERA Licence there are a number of different ways of accessing material including Broadcasters’ On Demand services and our Members’ own websites or projects. You may be searching for some broader advice about copyright in schools. This list, while not exhaustive, is under constant review and updated regularly.

Cracking Ideas

http://crackingideas.com/

Intellectual Property Education  resources for KS 1-4


Copyright Guidance for Schools

http://www.copyrightsandwrongs.nen.gov.uk/

Advice for schools and educators on copyright and licences.

 

http://www.copyrightandschools.org/

Guidance on what copyright licences are required for various schools activities/resources

 


BBC Shakespeare Archive Resource

http://shakespeare.ch.bbc.co.uk/

The site contains hundreds of TV and radio programmes from the BBC’s Shakespeare collection, as well as more than a thousand photos from classic Shakespeare productions.

The programmes on this site are only available for streamed playback in an educational setting, such as in a classroom, lecture theatre or for academic research


Channel 5

My 5 is the Channel5 catch-up service

https://www.my5.tv/

 


BBC iPlayer

BBC iPlayer

BBC’s Catch-up service


The ITV Hub

http://www.itv.com/hub/itv

ITV’s on Demand service


S4C (On Demand)

http://www.s4c.co.uk/clic/c_index.shtml

S4C’s on demand service


All 4

www.channel4.com/search/?q=Education+and+Learning
Catch up service offering a searchable database by subject area.


BBC Bitesize

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

BBC Learning and Revision Resources including Class Clips


National Educational Network (NEN)

http://www.nen.gov.uk/content/
Resources broken down by age and subject


Learning on Screen

http://bufvc.ac.uk/tvandradio/off-air
Back-up service for missed programmes