Using a film to teach a class? Contact the library media technician and book ahead to ensure availability. DVDs and Blu-rays may also be ordered for classroom use from external sources, such as other post-secondary libraries and non-profit organizations.

If there is a film you would like the library to purchase, please email the library media technician with the following information:

  • Title
  • Format (Blu-ray, DVD, streaming, etc.)
  • Date you need it for
  • Class you need it for

In such circumstances, we will do our best to acquire it for you, though that may not always be possible.

Your Liaison Librarian can help you source and locate appropriate media for your courses.

Did you know that CapU Library has subscriptions to streaming media services?

Create your own account within these databases and set up clips to show in class or embed in Moodle.

For technical support contact the library media technician.

  • Films on Demand - Has an extensive documentary and educational catalogue.
  • Curio - Includes CBC documentary, news and entertainment programs. Available CBC productions can be posted on request.
  • NFB.ca - Campus subscription includes thousands of documentary, animation and fiction films as well as interactive media.
  • Naxos Music Library and Naxos Jazz Library have thousands of streaming audio tracks from key classical and jazz sources, available for online listening.
  • Criterion on-Demand has close to 3,000 feature films from many of Hollywood’s major studios. Browse full list of titles or view by genre. Films may be posted on request.