Films on Demand includes over 200,000 video clips and over 15,000 full-length educational videos. Subject areas covered are wide ranging: Humanities & Social Sciences, Business & Economics, Health & Medicine, Science & Mathematics, and Archival Films & Newsreels.
You can also search Films on Demand via the search box on the library homepage. In your results, limit the format to eVideo to get only FOD titles.
There are two primary eBook providers used by the library. Because of how eBooks products are licensed, we encourage their use via the library in only the most sustainable ways.
eBook Central and eBooks on EBSCOhost contain over 500,000 eBooks combined in total on a variety of subjects and are a great option for integrating book chapters into course readings. Only ebooks that offer unlimited access to students should be used as course readings. The librarians will add permalinks for these resources during the course design process.
Using these eBooks as textbooks is not encouraged, however, as the databases are licensed as a collection and publishers may choose to pull titles at any time. It is easier to replace a chapter reading than a textbook an entire course is based around!