Streaming Media

The following resources are licensed for use by Harper students, faculty and staff. Access is limited to the Harper Network or through 'Off Campus Access'. Faculty see Blackboard Linking Instructions.

Alexander Street Video
Alexander Street Video includes all of the video published by Alexander Street Press. Popular subjects include: American History, Art and Architecture, Black History, Business and Economics, Counseling, Criminal Justice, Dental Education, Education, Ethnic Studies, Healthcare, Humanities, LGBT, Literature, New World Cinema, Nursing Education, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Sports Medicine and Exercise Science, Women's and Gender Studies, Science, World History, World Languages, and more.

Docuseek2
The new academic streaming source for the best in social issue and documentary film. Exclusive academic streaming for films from renowned leaders in documentary film distribution including: Bullfrog Films, Icarus Films, Terra Nova Films, Fanlight, Collective Eye and Kartemquin Films. Over 430 titles, and growing!

Films on Demand
Films On Demand is a multidisciplinary streaming video library of 20,000+ multidisciplinary titles. Harper's access includes Nursing videos.

Intelecom Video Clip Repository
Access this site to locate a fully-searchable learning object repository containing video clips for use in multiple disciplines.

Medcom Nursing Videos
Medcom is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Music Online: Listening PLUS
Hundreds of thousands of audio recordings—growing monthly.

Nursing Media Streams
Blanchard & Lobe and Concept Media Series. In some cases a password is required to access the application. Check with your instructor for more information. Access the latest Nursing videos here using your Student Portal username and password.

Videatives Streaming Service
Download video files to your computer or stream from the internet any of our 300+ video titles. Increase your understanding of children's thinking and learning.

Free Access

The following list of media sources are available for use by anyone.

You can sort the following list of databases by either name or subject. To sort, click on 'Sort By Database' or 'Sort By Subject'. To view the description of a database, select the database you are interested in. To access the database, click on the link in the Database Description area.

 

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