Off-campus access to online databases and e-books is available to Montgomery College students, faculty, & staff. You will be asked to log in with your M number.
If you forget your MC ID number, login to MyMC and click on the link called What is My College ID? from the MyMC homepage.
Remote Login-in & Troubleshooting
Films on Demand streaming videos can be shared with students. See the following documents for details.
See the first link below for help with linking to Films on Demand videos in Blackboard:
- Chronicle of Higher Education
News & information covering all aspects of higher education.
- Education Journals (ProQuest)
Indexes approximately 900 periodicals in education; over 600 of these are full text journals covering the literature of primary, secondary, and higher education, as well as special education, home schooling, adult education, and more.
This database indexes and abstracts approximately 1,000 educational and education-related journals from the CIJE (Current Index of Journals in Education) and documents from RIE (Resources in Education Index). Includes full-text from more than 2,200 Eric Digests.
The Innovation Stream (iStream) provided by the League for Innovation in the Community College is now available to our institution. This tool is an online resource bank and learning community. As a subscriber, you can use iStream as a professional development tool, listen to League Radio, or access publications and presentations. Anyone at the College, including students, may use this online resource. The only requirement is that you set up your own personal account with a montgomerycollege.edu e-mail account.
- Magna Publications
Online access to the Teaching Professor, Online Classroom, and Distance Education Report.
- Teacher Reference Center
Indexing and abstracting over 280 peer-reviewed journals and magazines for professional educators.
Films on Demand is one of the Library's most popular resources. Use the Films on Demand Best Practices to answer many of your questions. Look at the attached guides below for more information on navigating Films on Demand. Contact the Faculty Outreach Librarian at your campus for a one-on-one demonstration.
The Library's instructional video collection is housed behind the Circulation Desk at each campus. This collection is for the use of all faculty, staff, students, and community users. The videos are available whenever the Library is open. Faculty members seeking to borrow videos for classroom use will have first priority and are the only individuals who may take the videos out of the library. There are several viewing terminals for library users to view the video of their choice. If you have a specific request or suggestion click on Requesting New Materials.