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National Film Board CAMPUS Renewal 2019-2020
Begins:January 1, 2020
Ends:December 31, 2020
CAMPUS is your online media portal for 21st-century learning, designed to help you see, understand, and experience the world differently!
CAMPUS is a rich and relevant collection of 5,200 documentaries, animated films, interactive productions, and short films in English and French, with more than 1,700 exclusive titles.
CAMPUS is a treasure trove of educational resources that foster deep learning and creativity, sharpen critical thinking, promote digital literacy, and shape global citizenship. Created with the needs of today’s learners in mind, these resources can be accessed from anywhere at any time.
CAMPUS is also a wide selection of study guides, a chaptering tool, and learning bundles with clear connections to today’s major issues. Our content is organized around three key themes: environment and sustainability, Indigenous voices and reconciliation, and diversity and inclusion.
CAMPUS is more than just a media portal. It’s your digital gateway to grasping the world we live in — and a set of educational tools designed to help learners make a difference.
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Last updated: October 22, 2020
The National Film Board will send partner libraries usage statistics on a quarterly basis.
- December through March stats are sent in April
- April through June stats are sent in July
- July through September stats are sent in October
- October through November stats are sent in December
- IP Authentication
- Remote Access
- Unlimited Access
To RENEW, no response is required from current subscribers as listed above. To CANCEL, libraries should contact BC ELN by the response deadline.
Mid-term joins will be accepted at any time and prorated to the common renewal date.
Pricing and Trial Access
Terms & Conditions
Each library is to designate a MARC record contact in their response spreadsheet. This person will be set up with a profile that allows them to download the records at https://www.nfb.ca/education/
Additional library staff can be set up with access to MARC records. They must first create a user profile. Once the profile is set up, the primary eresource contact at the library can write to Chantale Turgeon (C.Turgeon@nfb.ca) with the user’s name and email address, asking that MARC records are activated for their user profile.