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Last Updated: Oct 28, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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About Films on Demand

Films on Demand is an excellent resource available through the HTC Library.  You can stream over 24,000 quality academic video titles directly to your computer or mobile device.

You can also save or share videos with other faculty, staff, or students, including complete full-length titles, pre-cut segments, or several segments strung together into a unique playlist.


Films on Demand - Quick Search

Title Segment Transcript

Accessing Films on Demand

You can access Films on Demand via the link or search box in the left column, or via the Library website:

If you are using the library website, click the Films & Images tab, then click the Films on Demand icon.

   Films on Demand icon from library website


Creating an Account

It is not necessary to create a free account just to watch and link to videos.

However, if you would like to save titles or segments to your Favorites or create playlists, you will need to create a free account.

Click the Create Account link in the top right corner fo the Films on Demand page.

Create account link

PLEASE NOTE: Films on Demand accounts are not linked to HTC Library login information (i.e. library barcode).  Choose any username or password you wish!  But remember to write it down!


Sneak Peak!

This is what the video viewer looks like.  Notice that each Full Title has been precut into shorter Segments (listed on the right).

Look at video viewer in Films on Demand



This guide has been adapted from McConnell Library @ Radford University.



Need Help?

For questions, assistance or troubleshooting, contact:

Jennie Simning (Librarian)  952-995-1533  Send Email


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