History in the First Person: Lessons from the Holocaust
Take your study of the Holocaust and World War II to individuals who survived both. Interact with Holocaust survivors from WWII. Learn what it was like to live in fear and danger both before and during the war and live with hope and opportunity after being liberated. Find curricular resources by clicking the Educational Material tab.
This live interactive program connects classrooms with experts from various fields through videoconferencing.
The Science Behind Aviation
Interact with aviation specialists to investigate scientific principles, engineering design, and construction processes that make successful flight possible.
The Science Behind Robots
Interact with engineers, designers, and scientists working in the field of robotics. Explore methods to design, build, and program robots.
St. Louis Solutions: The Gun Violence Crisis on Crowdrise
The Higher Education Channel needs your help to put together a live interactive program that creates real solutions for decreasing gun violence. We want to create a conversation that leads to real change.
Help us explore educational solutions to violent crime.
Asked and Answered: Weather
Wes Browning, of the National Weather Service, answers student question related to weather.
History in the First Person: Music Moved the Movement: Civil Rights and the Blues (Afternoon Program)
Interact with civil rights activists and Blues musicians to explore how the power of Blues music affected, and was affected by, America’s Civil Rights movement.
There are 146 more episodes of HEC-TV Live.