The Seattle Public Library now offers Access Video, an online collection featuring more than 8,000 full-length videos from dozens of well-known producers. The films are free and always available, with no holds or waiting required.
The collection includes documentaries, performance videos, biographies, and travel and educational films on a wide range of topics.
To view online videos from Access Video, go to www.spl.org and click on “Library Collection,” then “Articles & Research,” then “Databases A-Z.” Scroll down the page to find “Access Video.”
A library card and personal identification number (PIN) are required to view videos. For more information: 206-386-4636.
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