Provides online streaming access to classical music recordings from the earliest times to the present, including many contemporary composers.
The history of African American music in sound, with over 50,000 streaming tracks covering jazz, blues, gospel, and other forms of musical expression.
American Song allows people to hear and feel the music from America's past. Includes songs by and about American Indians, miners, immigrants, slaves, children, pioneers, and cowboys.
Musical recordings in a diverse range of styles from around the world. Users may search or browse by country of origin, cultural group, instrument, artist, language and more.
Streaming media from Films for the Humanities & Sciences (FFH&S). Videos from Humanities, Science, Business and Technical Education.
Uses commercial and governmental newsreels, archival footage, public affairs footage, and important documentaries to enable the study of American History through time.
Instructors using Films on Demand:
Contact Bryan Miyagishima in the Library to establish a user account with the database. This will allow you to:
Students needing help accessing LBCC Streaming Media databases from off-campus:
Please contact Bryan Miyagishima at miyagib@ linnbenton.edu for technical assistance.