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World Religions Library Resources Guide

Guide to finding films and peer-reviewed articles in the field of World Religions.

Films on Demand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are two ways to search databases. One is not better than another, it's a matter of personal preference.

  • Basic Search
  • Advanced Search

A Basic Search means you put a simple keyword or phrase into the single search box on the main page. In many cases you will get a hundreds or thousands of results. You can use the Filter Tools and  filter the results to get closer to the type of information you are looking for.

Films on Demand - Full Video and Film Segment

Your search will result in a list of film segments as presented in the main title. Access the complete video from the Title Link below.

Video segments

 

 

 

 

When you Films on Demand - Full Video and Tools

Watch the full video and return to watch segments of the video as you write your analysis.  Use the Transcript tool to refer back to as you write, the  Share tool to save your video for easy access in email, and the Cite Tool to copy/paste your citation and have it ready to build your Bibliography.

Full video page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch the short video below for an overview of the Films on Demand database and how to easily conduct an Advanced Search.

(This video was created by the librarians at Belleview College Library in Bellevue, Washington.)

Use the link above to access Films on Demand directly.

All Western Databases, including Films on Demand can be accessed from Western Library's Home page. You can find Western College Library from your Blackboard page or you can do a Google search for Western Technical College Library and use the FIND ARTICLES (DATABASES) button.


Remember, when you'd like help to find what you need use the Live Chat button on this page or the ASK-A-LIBRARIAN  button.

                                                                                                                                                                                       

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Try watching videos to learn and understand

course material better!

 

 

College instructors post videos about a wide variety of college subjects on YouTube. Other video services, like TED and PBS do the same. If you learn better by watching/ listening to someone explain a topic or concept try googling your topic with the word video in the search term, for example, "video: create excel dashboards," or the name of a work and it's author, "video: Girl Jamaica Kincaid."

Use your phone!  Plan to watch, or simply listen while you are doing ordinary household tasks, taking a walk, riding the bus, commuting. etc. There are plenty of videos to choose from on all college topics and course:

  • Psychology, Sociology, History, and Government
  • Accounting and Math
  • Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Graphic Design and Digital Production Software and Concepts
  • Health Sciences 
  • Computer Science, IT Topics, and Microsoft Office 
  • MLA and APA Citations

Below, check out these video sources on the web!


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