The North Carolina Libraries for Virtual Education (NC LIVE) is a cooperative library service that provides North Carolinians with access to licensed digital content, with the aim of supporting education, enhancing economic development, and improving quality of life. NC LIVE has a special Films On Demand collection that’s utilized by academic and public libraries throughout North Carolina. The consortium recently published a series of success stories from library patrons for whom Films On Demand and other products have had a positive impact on them as educators and students.
Here is what patrons of NC LIVE libraries said about Films On Demand’s streaming videos. Click on the links below to read their full stories:
- Pearl Johnson, Mother, Grandmother, and CCCC Harnett Campus Student: “Streaming documentaries brought my history class to life. Knowing our past helps us better understand our world today.”
- Dr. Ann Ortiz, Associate Professor at Campbell University: “Film helps students become sensitive to the needs of those they serve. Streaming videos are easy for students to view anytime.”
- Stacey Soles, Radiography Instructor at Vance-Granville Community College: “Streaming video helps my students prepare for their first day in a clinical setting. They can see and hear patient care in action.”
- Dr. Natasha Thompson, History Instructor at Vance-Granville Community College: “Teaching on four campuses means I’m always on the move. Streaming videos are accessible, fast, and always available.”
About Films On Demand:
Films On Demand is widely regarded as a frontrunner in the educational streaming video field. Its extensive amount of video content in a wide array of subjects comes from more than 800 of the best producers around the world.