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MDLA: Modern Languages: French

Students in foreign language classes should use this guide for aid in finding library materials.

Searching the Library Catalog

The best way to search the Library catalog is to go to the Subject search box, and type: French language materials.

This will bring up items that help you learn French, but also books and films that are in the French language.

Section in Library

The general section of the Library where French-language materials can be found is PC2001-3761 

French-language DVDs

Books to learn the French language

Online Materials

The Library's Films on Demand database is a large collection of online videos, viewable through your computer (much like a YouTube video). You can search this collection through the Library Catalog, but the easiest way to access it is through the database itself. Click here to go to Films on Demand. If you are off-campus, you will have to enter your MyNCC information before logging into the database. Just search French Language in the search box. You'll see results broken into segments. There are many short segments that will help you with speaking and listening to French.