Please read the latest update on the ELAC Libraries' streaming video collections.
Intelecom went out of business in 2021. Campus access to the platform ended on June 30, 2021, but you can still access select Intelecom films through Films on Demand.
Streaming Video Collections Available @ ELAC Libraries
All current faculty, students, and staff still have access to the following streaming video collections. Films are a great way to enhance learning and spark conversations. Directly link to films in your Canvas course shells. Login with your ACE account credentials.
View over 90 films and documentaries selected by ELAC faculty and available for immediate viewing. After logging in with your ACE account, you must also create a personal account to access films. Top played films include:
Race: The Power of an Illusion
An Outrage: The History and Legacy of Lynching in the South
I Am not Your Negro: James Baldwin and Race in America
Watch over 30 motion picture films selected by ELAC faculty. Top played films include:
Stand and Deliver (1988)
Zoot Suit (1981)
Real Women Have Curves (2002)
My Family, Mi Familia (1995)
Films on Demand
All films are available for immediate viewing. No request required. Access over 40,000 videos from producers like HBO, PBS, Frontline, California Newsreel, National Geographic, and the Ken Burns Collection. Top played films include:
Berkeley in the Sixties
Origins: Making North America
Autism in America
Zoot Suit Riots: American Experience
Help Build the Kanopy and Swank Collections
The ELAC Libraries encourage faculty to help build the Kanopy and Swank streaming video collections. Your expertise ensures that videos are relevant and aligned with campus curriculum. Faculty can request films directly in the Kanopy and Swank platforms. Please allow 3-5 days for access to requested films.
For additional information and instructions, please visit the library's Streaming Video Collections Guide. Please contact E-Resources Librarian Amy Guy if you have any questions.