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Video Resources for Faculty

Adding Films on Demand to Your Course

How to embed a film into your course in Schoology through Course Materials:

  1. Click on the Add Materials button below the course name.
  2. Click on the Films On Demand App shown on the right-hand side of this menu.
  3. Once you click on this, the Add Materials pop-up window will display.
  4. Enter your desired keyword or phrase into the search box and click the search icon.
  5. Once you have chosen a media file to embed, click on the Embed button.
  6. You will be returned to your course materials list and now have an embedded video.
  7. Click on the thumbnail image or play button to view the embedded video directly on this page.
  8. Clicking on the media title will open it as well, but without any other materials, you have listed.

Create Your Own Account

  • This allows you to create your own playlists and favorites for later use.
  • Having an account also allows you to access Films on Demand if off-campus access is down.

It's easy!

  1. Click on CREATE ACCOUNT (Top right corner of the screen)
  2. Fill in the form using whatever username and password you want (does not have to be Fontbonne's)

Search for videos

Several thousand streaming videos which allow searching for specific video segments, organize videos into folders, create personal playlists for your students to view, and even create customized bookmarks within any program. Includes videos from the Humanities & Social Sciences, Business & Economics, Science & Mathematics, and Health & Medicine collections.

Films on Demand videos can also be found through our Classic Catalog:

1.     When searching the classic catalog, you can use the search phrase “films on demand” with your other search terms to find them.

2.     We do have some Films on Demand videos that we own in physical format (VHS or DVD). You can provide links to the electronic version in addition to showing in class.


Films on Demand videos include content from these producers:

Films on Demand




Questions about accessing Films on Demand may be directed to:

Justin Megahan, MLIS

Reference/Digital Resources Librarian/Assistant Professor

(314) 889-4566



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