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Library Catalog

Search MDC's Library Catalog

Find books, articles, videos and more

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  • Borrower ID = MDC student number
  • PIN = last 4 digits of MDC student number.

Ebooks & Audiobooks

Popular fiction and non-fiction ebooksoverdrive

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  • Borrower ID = MDC student or employee number
  • PIN = last 4 digits of MDC student or employee number.

Flipster E-Magazines

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Digital magazines support students and faculty inside and outside the classroom

Student Engagement and Support Resources

MDC faculty have access to many resources for engaging their students in their learning and supporting them in the learning process.

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To learn more about these academic support areas and how you can work with them to design your remote course, log in to this Blackboard Org site. (Note: Your MDC log-in credentials are required to access this site.)

Open Educational Resources

Databases & Articles

Frequently Used Databases

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  • Borrower ID = MDC student ID number
  • PIN = last 4 digits of MDC student ID number.

Alternative Free eTextbooks for Intro Courses

Openstax has E-Textbooks by course for introductory Math, Science, History, Economics, Political Science, Social Sciences & Business courses. Click on the document below if your students do not have access to your current course textbook, and/or you would like to explore more affordable course material (Cost ZERO).

Learning Resources FAQs

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Streaming Video




Films on Demand


Films on Demand

Streaming video from large and small production companies covering a wide range of subjects to enhance college courses. These videos include public performance rights that allow them to be used in the educational setting.

EBSCO Curriculum Builder

How to Use Curriculum Builder

A complete demonstration of using Curriculum Builder to create reading lists for students

MDC Online Master Course Catalog (Fall 2020 Option)

MDC Online 2207 Master Course Catalog

To support faculty during this time of remote learning at Miami Dade College during the fall of 2020, MDC Online will make available its course catalog to MDC faculty.  

MDC Online Master Courses are designed collaboratively by MDC Faculty Developers and MDC Online Instructional Designers using best instructional practices for online learning. They include learning modules, assessments, and designated text(s). These courses may be customized, but they do not require substantial development of new content.

Faculty may use the MDC Online Master Course content for their fall (2207) courses with the following understandings:

  1. In order to use the Master Course files, faculty must be either MDC Online certified or, for fall 2020 only, have completed the following Blackboard trainings: 1) Blackboard Get Started and Build Your Content, 2) Blackboard Collaborate Ultra and 3) Blackboard Ally.
  2. In order to maintain the integrity of the Proctored Assessment(s) for future terms, all Proctored Assessment(s) in the course must be administered in a proctored setting using ProctorU
  3. If the Proctored Assessment is not administered, an alternative assessment/assignment may be used and adjustments to the gradebook may be necessary.
  4. Using the course-specific textbook/materials of the MDC Online Master Course is strongly recommended as course content, assignments, and assessments are aligned to the textbook.  Any textbook change should have been made with a written justification to the department chairperson in order to ensure the required statutory textbook affordability protocols.

Please note: For MDC Online classes, the class sections will be released as content is prepared by the Course Delivery team per the typical procedure.  This catalog was developed for sections that are being offered remotely due to the current situation.