Natalie Merchant Performs with Perkins Choir
Webcasts On Demand
In addition to these videos, Perkins offers on-demand educational webcasts. See our latest video, Early Literacy for Students with Multiple Disabilities or Deafblindness, and view all of our educational webcasts by visiting www.perkins.org/resources/webcasts/. These videos have been prepared by experts in the field to help you more effectively interact with the visually impaired and deafblind community whether you are a fellow professional, a family member, a friend, or consumer.
More Perkins Videos on YouTube
On YouTube, you can view:
- Excerpts from "The Perkins Insider": Produced entirely by students, "The Perkins Insider" is a shortened version of what appeared on a local cable television show.
The following video files are encoded in Windows Media and Quicktime formats. Viewing these require Windows Media Player or Quicktime (both can be downloaded for free). To play the file in the browser window, click the link. To download the files to your hard drive, right-click the link, and choose "Save Target As" (Windows), or control-click the link and choose "Download Link to Disk" (Macintosh).
An Interview with Author William Gibson
In this 2005 interview with Perkins president Steven Rothstein, the late William Gibson discussed his award-winning play, “The Miracle Worker.” Gibson recounts his lifelong respect and admiration for Perkins School for the Blind alumna Anne Sullivan who famously became Helen Keller’s teacher.
Take a trip to Perkins School for the Blind with this video; meet our president and some of our students, and learn about what happens on our campus every day.
The Faces of Perkins
This video gives an overview of Perkins from our founding 175 years ago to our programs and services today. You may download a two-and-a-half minute excerpt here, or contact PublicRelations@Perkins.org to purchase the full nine minutes for $10.
Perkins Braille & Talking Book Library Video
This one-minute video highlights our Braille & Talking Book Library and addresses the importance of reading for all.