Films on Demand is an online library of streaming videos, covering a wide range of topics.
CCSF's subscription includes the general academic and nursing collections. There are approximately 15,000 films.
You can access Films on Demand from the library website's Articles and Databases page.
Links to individual film titles and segments can be shared with your students via Insight, email or your personal website. Off-campus users will be prompted to login (see getting started video to the right)
You can also created customized lists of films, and organize favorites into folders.
Questions? Contact the library.
There are a few ways to find videos:
1. Search by keyword: In the search box, type your search terms.
children and play
2. Browse: Click on "Collections." Then click on Psychology. Child Development can be found under Psychology.
If viewing this guide from off-campus, you will see a login screen instead of video above. In order to access video, see how to create an account below.
First things first--you don't need to create an account to use Films on Demand (FOD). You'll be prompted to log in using your RAM ID when accessing CCSF Library's FOD collection from off-campus. Once logged in, you'll have the option of creating a personal user account. What are the benefits of doing this?
To create an account, click on My Films in upper right corner, and select Create Account from the dropdown menu.
View short and engaging videos on a variety of topics offered at TED Talks. Search by keyword or by topic. While a keyword search for Child Development does not get many results, try a specific keyword search such as preschool, child, play, school, education, parenting, etc. Alternately, you can search by topic. A number of talks can be found under Children.