Every Teacher. Every School. Free access to ETV in Term 4!

(Last Updated On: November 11, 2021)

Recognising the struggle teachers experience when searching for engaging content for their students, ETV has launched its ‘Remote Learning Resource Initiative’ – giving every teacher in the country free access to its catalogue of online resources in Term 4.

“Remote learning/off campus learning/anywhere anytime learning all refer to the accelerating trend of our students pursuing their learning and enquiry outside of the conventional classroom,” said Martin Drew, ETV General Manager.

“In partnership with Screenrights, who are providing a free, temporary copyright licence for audio-visual material, ETV is providing every teacher in every school with free access to its entire catalogue until the end of the year!”

What is ETV?

ETV is the largest online video platform for educators in New Zealand with more than 150,000 videos searchable with rich metadata added, yours to view on-demand. It has a particular focus on New Zealand-based content, making it relevant to curriculum areas. Build your own library of content using any digital file type. Create personal and shared workspaces, control who can see it, and connect your learning resources with colleagues, students and the community.

How to access ETV for free

This awesome offer officially starts tomorrow (Wednesday 20 October). Teachers who have not previously created a login should go to and click on the ‘First Time User Registration’ button to set up their login.

For more information, or support, call 0800 438 388 or email

INTERFACE October 2021

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