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How To Search For Books & eBooks

  • Go to Miami Dade Learning Resources
  • Look for MDC Libraries
  • Click on Search our Catalog.
  • Narrow the Limit To to Books or eBooks.
  • Limit Within to the particular campus library you would like to search (e.g. Wolfson). 
  • Type your keyword(s) in the empty box(es).
  • Click on Search.
  • Write down the "call number" (e.g. JK1021. C565 2008) for the book, to find it in the library.  Or for an eBook, click "View Online" and log in with your Borrower ID ( student ID number) and PIN (last four digits of student ID number).
             

What Are eBooks?

  • Electronic books (eBooks) are book-length publications in digital form.
  • They can be read online or checked out and read offline on computers and mobile devices.

eBooks

Searching For Films

Search LINCCWeb to find dvds or streaming videos.  Limit your search by Material Type, to Audio/Visual Material.

  • Academic subject DVDS can be checked out for one week. 
  • Electronic videos can be streamed online.
  • Academic videos follow the LC classification number, and are shelved together with the books.
  • Feature films have a POPAV prefix and are usually shelved in a separate section in your Campus Library.

Miami Dade College libraries have thousands of streaming videos that can be downloaded on any computer with Internet access 24/7. Search for educational titles from dozens of subject areas from Films Media Group. To download evideos from FMG, you will need your student ID# as the borrower ID, and the last 4-digits of your student ID# as your pin/password.

We also have a partnership with NBC Learn. The educational arm of NBC News, is dedicated to making these historic stories, images and primary source documents available on-demand to teachers, students, and parents. NBC Learn has already digitized more than 12,000 stories from the NBC News archives — one of the largest news archives in the world, dating back to the 1920s. In addition, collections are updated with current events every day, Monday through Friday, with stories from such celebrated programs as NBC Nightly News, the TODAY show, Meet the Press, Dateline NBC, as well as the networks of MSNBC, CNBC, and Telemundo. To access this vast digital library, you only need your MDC account.

Media Resources