Projectr partners with educational institutions and public libraries throughout North America to present a curated and ever-expanding collection of acclaimed movies, archival restorations, award-winning documentaries, and artist-made works from around the world.
SAGE Video brings teaching, learning, and research to life through editorially curated collections across the social, behavioral, and health sciences. Developed in partnership with leading content providers, academics, and practitioners, including many of SAGE’s own authors and editors, high-quality videos have been carefully commissioned or created to deliver on the key goals of courses at all levels of higher education. They are designed to support the instructor, student, and academic researcher through a combination of originally commissioned and produced material with licensed and co-produced content.
The Environmental Science and History digital archive focuses on critical aspects of anthropogenic change and includes unique and rare archival collections from multiple global sources. Partners include the Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI), The National Archives, Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew), and the Commonwealth Forestry Archive at Bangor University.
The collection will build to approximately one million pages and images of primary sources featuring data-heavy collections on Deforestation, Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries (Food Production); Ecology, Botany, Biodiversity, and Extinction; Water Sources, Irrigation, Wetlands, and Hydrology.
The primary sources for this archive enable the impacts of human activity on the natural world to be traced, researched, and analyzed through documents, images, data, maps, and photographs.