The Bunn Library subscribes to a number of platforms for ebooks, audiobooks, and digital magazines.  Please see the descriptions below for the different types of material carried in each collection and the FAQ's and help pages for navigating them.

eBooks & Audiobooks



Download fiction and nonfiction audiobooks and ebooks for free on your phone, tablet, or computer. Check out Sora FAQs or the Sora Quick Start Guide for more information.

eBook Central

ProQuest's scholarly eBook collection of over 49,000 multi-disciplinary, college-level titles. If you have 

Gale eBooks

A database of over 1,000 Electronic reference titles.

Newspapers & Magazines


New York Times

The current digital edition of the New York Times now available with a special personal sign-up free on and off campus. To learn how to set up your personal account visit our NYT SignUp Page.

Wall Street Journal

The current digital edition of the Wall Street Journal. Ask a librarian for login credentials at


Access popular digital magazines and periodicals right from your desktop web browser, courtesy of Bunn Library.

Video Streaming Services


Swank: Instructor Portal

Assign one of over 200 ready-to-play films and documentaries to your class. Faculty must log-in with their LVille Google accounts to share a film with students. Place requests by searching the catalog and filling out a request form. If you have any questions, then feel free to contact Dan Geary at


Stream films and documentaries. Faculty may request additional titles by contacting Dan Geary at

Alexander Street

Over 70,000 titles spanning every subject. Click the My Collections dropdown to go to Academic Video Online Premium, BBC Literary Adaptations in Video, the National Theatre Collection, the Royal Shakespeare Company Collection, or Theatre Performance in Video. Faculty may request additional titles by contacting Dan Geary at
Infobase FFE

Infobase Feature Films for Education

The Feature Films for Education Collection offers hundreds of full-length feature films for educational instructional purposes. Brought to you in partnership with Global Eagle, this high-interest collection focuses on both current and hard-to-find titles, including dramas, literary adaptations, blockbusters, classics, science fiction, environmental titles, foreign films, social issues, animation studies, Academy Award winners, and more.
Infobase CVOD

Infobase Classroom Video On Demand: World Cinema

Classroom Video On Demand: World Cinema is a focused video subscription providing unlimited access to hundreds of videos and films from around the world. Videos are added regularly.

Curriculum Sets


The Choices Program (Faculty Only)

The Choices Program is a resource for history teachers from Brown University covering US History, World History, Current Events, Geography and more. The core of the program is curriculum units created by the Choices writing team and approved by scholars. The units include: student readings, lesson plans, and activities. These tools are designed to help students develop skills in: historical thinking, understanding, and writing. Curriculum units are available in print format and in Digital Editions. All History faculty should have accounts. If you need logging in, then contact Dan Geary at

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