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Streaming Video

Provides descriptions of and hyperlinked access to library-licensed and consumer rental / subscription services for streaming video.

Films on Demand (Infobase)

Films on Demand

A comprehensive collection of high-quality educational videos licensed from a long-established educational media distributor., this collection is comprised of thousands of video recordings covering a wide range of topics organized into multiple broad subjects. These subjects are then further divided into narrower subjects. Individual segments subdivide each video into discrete shorter units.

Finding Videos

In addition to the search interface which allows searching by title, or by keywords in segments, browsing is available by subject area or producer.

Creating a Personal Films on Demand Account

As noted in the Why Create My Own Films on Demand Account FAQ, a personal account will provide you with increased flexibility and functionality as well as allow you to maintain personal preferences, such as Saved Searches, Playlists, and Closed Caption Settings.

Closed Captioning and Transcripts

Nearly all titles in the collection have closed-captioning. Toggle on/off closed captioning using the CC symbol in the lower right corner of the video player window. Most titles in Films on Demand have accompanying scrolling transcripts displayed in a sidebar to the video window.


If you are unable to access a video, contact Library Systems Support. Please indicate the specific video you are unable to access, and include information on your operating platform/device (Mac, PC, tablet, etc.) and browser.

Complete tech specifications and additional help for Films on Demand are available at Films on Demand Support

Using third-party software to capture these video streams for playback outside of the Films on Demand interface is illegal and violates the ASU Library license for these videos.

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