Films on Demand

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Fig 1. Homepage for Films on Demand

About this article

This article includes information about the Krueger Library's Films on Demand subscription. It is intended for all WSU students and employees.

What's Films on Demand?

Films on Demand is a collect of tens-of-thousands of videos and hundreds-of-thousands of video clips. The Krueger Library maintains a subscription to Films on Demand.

You can learn more about Films on Demand and see the full list of videos on the Films on Demand website.

How do I access Films on Demand?

Videos can be found by going to the Library home page, next the WSU Databases page, next search for the database by title –Films on Demand, next search the database for the video title and click on the appropriate title. The proxy url for a video is toward the bottom of an individual video record.

Also the quality of a video, in terms of classroom viewing, is different for each video. It is recommend testing the video in the space and via the equipment you plan to use for viewing. I would also recommend using a wired connection.

Embedding Films on Demand content in your course

  1. Open the Brightspace HTML Editor (For example, go to Materials, select Content, and click the Create a File button.)
  2. Click the Insert Stuff button.
  3. Select Films on Demand from the choices.
  4. Type a keyword in the Search field and either press enter or click on the magnifying glass.
  5. Locate the film you wish to embed and click the Embed button to the right. Select Embed Small, Embed Medium, or Embed Large.
  6. Click Insert.
  7. Make any additional edits to the content and click Save and Close.

More information

Minnesota State Knowledge Article: Films on Demand Insert Stuff (ISF) Integration (KA #1673)

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