Access Video on Demand - video streaming service

Access Video On Demand is a streaming platform with over 40,000 world class documentaries, award winning educational films and instructional videos. 

It contains content from popular television networks and channels so whether you’re looking for the latest biography from the History Channel, a docu-series from HBO, or an inspiring TED Talk, you’ll find it here!

Best of all, Access Video on Demand’s user-friendly interface, curated content collections, and full-text transcripts make it easy to enjoy the films you love.

With so many great features, you’re bound to learn something extraordinary with Access Video On Demand. 

Click to login to Access Video on Demand

To login in please enter your library card number:

  • if you have a membership card beginning with B, include the B and the 9 numbers
  • if you have a 16 digit smartcard number enter the first 14 digits only (ignore the last two digits)
  • if you have an online membership number beginning with H, enter the H and 7 digits

Just for Kids Access Video 

We also have Just for Kids Access video available. This includes clips from thousands of fun and informative video and audio titles including music and arts, animals, sports and hobbies, math and science, history, reading, and much more. 

It provides entertaining, educational and easily accessible content with a focus on early literacy and includes more than 5,500 videos, audio titles, interactive activities and games - an excellent resource for children's programs, home schoolers. homework help and more.

There is unlimited access and all content is reviewed, kid-safe and ad-free! 

Click to login to Just for Kids Access Video

To login in please enter your library card number:

  • if you have a membership card beginning with B, include the B and the 9 numbers
  • if you have a 16 digit smartcard number enter the first 14 digits only (ignore the last two digits)
  • if you have an online membership number beginning with H, enter the H and 7 digits

Information on how to use AVOD can be found via the East Lothian Libraries Academy