With archival material from the earliest Edison films to footage of present day debates, discussions, and events, the Library of Congress YouTube channel can serve educators of history, literature, music, and other subjects. The channel opens with a featured video, which, at the time of this writing, includes an excellent 33-minute film highlighting the Rosa Parks Collection at the LOC. Readers interested in specific thematic topics, will find that the Playlists here are plentiful. For instance, the Webcasts from the Library of Congress II category features 463 videos including discussions with Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera and a new look at romance fiction in the digital age. Other categories include Topics in Science, Law and the Library, Music and the Brain, Hidden Treasures at the Library of Congress, and many others.