LCC Library offers a wide variety of ways for faculty and staff to acquire videos for classroom use. Our goal is to get the right video into your hands to enhance your class teaching experience.
Available to students, faculty, and staff (non-commercial use). Available off campus to students, faculty, and staff by using your L number and myLane password.
features over 26,000 documentaries and films. Everything from theatrical releases to rare and obscure documentaries. You can watch videos 24/7 from home, create custom segments, and share and save custom playlists.
Films on Demand provides access to almost 20,000 full-length videos, as well as 240,000 short clips, in a wide range of academic disciplines. The collection also include videos and clips related to career and technical topics such as nursing, job search and careers, guidance and counseling, and technical and trade education. New content is added monthly. You can watch videos 24/7 from home, create custom segments, and share and save custom playlists.
From National Geographic, one of the most trusted names in education, this collection of 341 videos contains visually-rich and captioned short video clips covering a range of disciplines including Astronomy, Anthropology, Atmospheric Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geography, Zoology and more.
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Advanced Reservations - Library owned DVDs
Faculty may reserve videos in the Library for instructional use. To maximize chances for availability, make your request early in, or before, the start of the term. Call Raymond Bailey at (541) 463-5356, or stop by the Library Circulation Desk.
Need help finding a video?
If the Library does not have the video you want in its collection, we can help locate and borrow videos from Summit. Call Raymond Bailey at (541) 463-5356, or stop by the Library Circulation Desk.
You may also make a purchase request for videos or other materials.