A few weeks back, I introduced a way to compile video files (either feature-length films or video clips) so that government teachers can harvest and then sort these resources and use them as necessary.
I promised a follow up to this idea; one that would replicate the crowd-sourcing of finding resources (both digital and print) and log them so that we collectively can check out what there is to see out there.
Consider this my follow up. Here, you can fill out the form over and over again. It allows you to log the webform and enter the information.
When you are done, you can see all the sources we have compiled. Keep in mind that this is a spreadsheet, so you can sort the fields as you see fit. Feel free to copy this file and do with it as you see fit... just remember to contribute! The file you will be able to see (but you cannot alter) is a spreadsheet. If you want more help finding movies or anything, hit Ctrl + F on your windows or Apple Cmd + F on Apple products.
Photo via Flickr/Ted Eytan