Answered By: Nicole Tassinari Last Updated: Feb 24, 2021 Views: 5
Hi (name) -
I'm sorry you are experiencing difficulty. We are currently experiencing problems with directly accessing segments of videos in the database Films on Demand. The vendor is aware of the problem and is working on it. The good news is that there is a work-around.
- From the University Library homepage, select Research Databases.
- Select "F" and then the Films on Demand database link.
- In the search box enter the name of the film title (use quotations for best results), not the segment title. For example:
Films for Humanities & Sciences. (2014). Depreciation [Video segment] in Managing Assets and Payroll: Accounting Fundamentals, (07:33).
Once it retrieves the video, you can select the segment that is required for reading from the list retrieved, or in some cases, you may need to select the whole video from the list and then the desired segment from the box on the right side of the page.