Canindia News

Netflix releases 10 educational documentaries on YouTube for free

San Francisco, April 18 (IANS) Netflix has released 10 of its educational documentaries for free on its Netflix US YouTube channel, to give teachers content to screen for their virtual classrooms.

Documentary films and series available includes 13th, Babies, Chasing Coral, Knock Down the House and Our Planet.

The other content offered is episodes from the series Abstract and Explained, as well as the shorts Period. End of Sentence, The White Helmets and Zion.

“For many years, Netflix has allowed teachers to screen documentaries in their classrooms. However, this isn’t possible with schools closed,” the company said in a blog post.

“So at their request, we have made a selection of our documentary features and series available on the Netflix US YouTube channel,” the company added.

The documentaries are available in English, but subtitles in more than a dozen languages should be available later this week.

Netflix is also making educational resources, including study guides and Q&As, available for each documentary.

The documentaries are free for anyone to stream, unlike the documentaries found on its streaming platform, which requires a monthly subscription.

–IANS

wh/na

YOU MAY ALSO BE INTERESTED IN

Morgan Freeman looks back at ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ journey

Uzbekistan mulls to purchase 300 electric city buses

HK reports 12 new Covid-19 cases

Aussie Health Minister renews call for easing Covid curbs

Ganguly has assured me India will tour Australia: Aus cricket boss

Kyrghyz Prez resigns following weeks of unrest (Ld)

London to face tougher Covid-19 curbs

Ex-Trump lawyer writes 2nd book on Justice Dept

Police searches French Health Minister’s residence

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

Stay up to date with the latest news and exclusive offers directly in your inbox