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Library and Learning Commons - Student Resources: Streaming Videos

A how-to guide for accessing materials from FSCJ Libraries

Films on Demand

Films on Demand is a digital video database for streaming educational video. It is the leading source of high-quality video and multimedia for academic, vocational and life-skills content. This vast archive currently includes almost 20,000 titles and 230,000 video segments covering thirty-one different subject areas. 

 

You must be logged in to the Library in order to access Films on Demand.

To access Films on Demand:

Log in to Connections, and click the link for the Library and Learning Commons

From the Library home page, click Databases by Subject

databases by subject

From the list of Subject Headings, select Digital Content

digital content

Nursing Education in Video (Alexander Street Press)

 

(Alexander Street Press) - The result of Alexander Street’s partnership with Medcom-Trainex, one of the largest providers of nursing education video programs worldwide, Nursing Education in Video gives faculty and students anywhere-anytime access to Medcom’s highly regarded library of full-length training programs—online in streaming video—with all of the search power and advanced functionality that Alexander Street’s video collections deliver.

 

You must be logged in to the Library in order to access Films on Demand.

To access Nursing Education in Video:

Log in to Connections, and click the link for the Library and Learning Commons

On the main menu bar, click Databases A-Z 

Databases A-Z

From the A-Z list, select "N" and then click Nursing Education in Video

Nursing Education

Nursing Education in Video can also be accessed through Databases by Subject by following the steps for Films on Demand. In the list of Digital Content databases, select Nursing Education in Video.