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Faculty Resources

Policies and procedures for faulty and adjuncts needing library resources or instruction.

Check-Out a Media Item

Media can be checked-out from all campus locations. The Ft. Pierce campus only allows faculty and staff to check-out videos. The media collection at Ft. Pierce is intended to support the classroom experience rather than provide entertainment value. Students can view media in the library only. Search for a title by limiting the Format to Audio/Visual in the IRSC catalog. Don't see what you want? Ask a librarian for a recommendation or submit a request to purchase a specific title.

Find Streaming Video at IRSC

To get to the databases, start at

Click Libraries on the bottom left

Click Find eResources (Articles)

Click Databases by Subject

Login to the databases.

The database login screen looks like this.

Your Borrower ID is your student ID (for employees it is your PID).

Your PIN is your 4-digit birthdate (MMDD).



Digital Videos

Sharing Films on Demand Videos in Blackboard


Finding Videos

  1. Start at
  2. Click "Libraries" in the bottom left corner of the page.
  3. Click "Find eResources (Articles)" on the left side of the page.
  4. Click "Databases by Subject (recommended)" in the center of the page.
  5. Log in. Your Borrower I.D. is your five-digit Employee I.D. number and your password is the month and day of your birth expressed MMDD. 
  6. Click "Digital Videos" 
  7. Click "Films on Demand"

Sharing Videos in Blackboard

Using this method, students are no longer required to log in with their library credentials to view videos.

  1. On the video's page in Films on Demand, click "Share," then "Embed Code."
  2. Copy the URL in the box under "LTI Link."

Films on Demand Screenshot

3. Create a new Web Link in Blackboard. 

Blackboard Screenshot

4. Give the video a name, paste the URL, and put a check in the box next to  "This link is to a Tool Provider."

Create Web Link in Blackboard Screenshot