Screenonline - free to schools on the NEN

Paul Merton on early British Cinema, one of the interactive tours. Photo Screenonline.

Screenonline - the British Film Institute (BFI) comprehensive online learning resource dedicated to the history of British film and television ? is now freely available to every school in the UK through the National Education Network (NEN)

No further registration is required for SEGfL schools.

Screenonline is ?The Definitive Guide to British Film and Television? in the UK, with over 300 hours of media clips. It provides resources to support the curriculum including Media Studies, English, History and Citizenship and RE. By delivering the archive over the NEN using schools broadband, the aim of the project is to give improved quality of delivery on each of the films and give schools access to key resources within the secure, safe and service-rich environment of the NEN.