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Notre Dame 5 Star University
University Library




How Do I Find

Looking for Multimedia on a Particular Subject?

Try subject keyword searches in FiNDit and limit your search results to your required multimedia format using the Content Type option on the left of the screen (you may need to click the more... link to reveal the full list).  Options include Audio Recording, Image, Streaming Video, and Video Recording.  Check the Subject Guides for shortlists of those multimedia databases which are most relevant for your subject area.

Looking for Multimedia in a Particular Format?

The Library provides access to a range of multimedia resources.  Click on the links below to view resources by format.

Streaming Video (Alexander Street Press)

Streaming Video (Informit)

ACCESS NOTE: To access these resources off campus, you initially need to register for your own account from a PC on campus.  This is an Informit process which links your details with our institutional account.

Streaming Video (Other Library Resources)

Multimedia Resources


DVDs and CDs

The Library has a number of DVDs and CDs available for you to borrow.  All videorecordings and software can be found through FiNDit.  To find a DVD, for example, conduct a title search for the name of the programme (e.g. Hot Docs) and limit your search to Videorecordings using the Content Type option on the left of the screen (you may need to click the more... link to reveal this option).  Each library has equipment to allow you to watch DVDs. Please ask at the library desk for assistance.


Further Assistance

  • Problems accessing content? Try the Library’s online FAQ service AskUs
  • Work thought the ’Help’ screens in individual Databases for invaluable search tips to save you time
  • Talk with a staff member at your library’s reference/information desk
  • Email your Liaison Librarian to arrange an appointment for individual or group assistance