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Video Resources for Educators  

A guide to open access and GHC Library's restricted access video resources available for use in courses. If there is an open access resource not included in this guide that you believe ought to be, please, contact the Library to suggest a resource.
Last Updated: Feb 3, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Streaming Video

The GHC Library provides access to thousands of videos through online streaming. Streaming videos can be accessed through the GHC Library's website in a number ways.

  • GHC Library's homepage:

-Starting at the GHC Library's home page:

-Select "Streaming Video" from the dropdown menu, and conduct your search from there

  • GHC Library's catalog:

-Under the "Search & Find" tab and click on "Library Catalog."

-Enter your search terms in the text box and select "Streaming Media" from the list of "Limit Your Keyword Search To" options


Nursing & Allied Health Source

  • Nursing & Allied Health Source:

-Under the “Search & Find” tab, click on All Sources.

-Scroll down the list to Nursing & Allied Health Source

-Click the title. It will open in a new window/tab

-Click “Advanced Search” on the right just above the search box

-Enter your search terms in the first box

-Scroll down to the ‘Source Type’ options. Check the box for "Audio and Video Works"

-Click Search


DVDs in the library

The GHC Library has many DVDs for checkout and use in the library available in the Media Collection. Stop by the library to browse the media collection or search for items using the library catalog.


Films on Demand

  • Films on Demand:

-Under the “Search & Find” tab, click on All Sources.

-Scroll down the list to Films on Demand, and click the title.

-It will open in a new window/tab

-Click “Advanced Search” in the upper right of the window

-Enter your search terms in the first box

-Apply the appropriate limiters from the options below the search box

-Click Search


How to Embed Films on Demand Video in Canvas

Get the ALTERNATIVE embed code from Films on Demand.
Paste it into the HTML view of your page.
Students may have to make sure their browser allows unsecure content.
If you have questions or need assistance, contact:
Librarian, Adrienne Roush
(360) 538-4053

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