Denver Public Library is pleased to share the news that our Kanopy streaming service has added educational and acclaimed documentaries and historical series from A&E and HISTORY. Customer may access an entire series from these providers for just one of their eight monthly credits and for the standard 72-hour viewing period.
What new content will you find?
- Secrets in the Sky: the Untold Story of the Skunk Works (HISTORY) - For the first time in their 75-year history, Lockheed Martin is opening their hangar doors and pulling back the veil on the black world.
- Alone, Season One (HISTORY) - Ten survival experts are dropped off in separate and extremely remote locations on Northern Vancouver Island. Equipped with only limited gear and their years of wilderness experience, they record their own experiences.
- Learning to Skateboard in a War Zone (If You're a Girl) (A&E) - In the war-torn city of Kabul, a class of young girls from disadvantaged neighborhoods learns to read, write--and skateboard.
- Cold Case Files: Season One (A&E) - Bill Kurtis hosts the 10 episodes in this season in which forensic evidence is used to re-examine real criminal cases that have long been considered cold.
New content is being added all the time, so check into Kanopy often. And don't forget about Overdrive for educational and entertaining streaming video as well!
I continue to be so very, very grateful for our amazing library and it's staff! You are keeping the staff safe while still giving Denver's citizens complete access to the world during this time!
I am so proud of all of you!
Thank you and stay safe!!
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