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Note: iPhones play video in full-screen which obscures the clip point markers. You will need to exit full-screen in order to select clip points. You can create clips on an iPad. 

Yes. Please use the 'Embed' button to generate the code to insert into your LMS.

Yes. Links can be made to all Informit databases including TVNews.

You may also link directly to program home pages, or to individual items, such as a news story. All links will continue to resolve for the life of Informit TVNews.

To include the ezproxy address in your link, access the page via your library’s ezproxy address and copy the URL.

 

Yes. Please contact your IT Services department about the appropriate DVD making software and DVD burner. First download and save the TVNews video file to your computer. Then follow the instructions of your DVD making software.

As TVNews videos are of lower resolution than the broadcast, the image quality on the DVD will also be of lower resolution.

Note that any copying, including burning videos on a DVD, needs to comply with the requirements as outlined in your Screenrights licence.

For more information, see the Screenrights website.

Yes. There are two methods for transferring bibliographic records from Informit into EndNote.

  1. Export references from Informit:
    • Conduct a search on Informit.
    • In the Results list, check the records you wish to add to EndNote and save.
    • Under Output Format, select EndNote Direct and save.
    • Double click the saved RIS file to open in EndNote.

  2. Search and download Informit records from EndNote. To do this, you must download and install the appropriate database connection file. See the above FAQ (Are there any EndNote connection files available for Informit databases?) for instructions on using Informit database connection files and refer to Chapter 6 of the EndNote online user guide for details on searching an online database.

Yes. Bibliographic records can be exported from Informit into either your RefWorks or ProQuest Flow online library by following these steps:

  1. Conduct a search on Informit.
  2. In the results list, check the records you wish to export and save.
  3. Under Output Format, select RefWorks Direct and save.
  4. If your browser prevents the automatic re-direction, click the Export to RefWorks button.

Your selected records will be imported into your RefWorks online library (you may need to log in); if you have accessed your ProQuest Flow library from your browser, your records will automatically be redirected there.

Marked records are active for the duration of a session only. To retain marked records you need to save, email or print them before logging out of Informit Search.

Note: if your session times out, your marked records will be lost.

All programs are viewed as progressive downloads. Video files may also be saved to a specific location. To save a video, use the Save As function.

All programs are viewed as progressive downloads. Video files may also be saved to a specific location. To save a video, use the Save As function.

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Yes. 

Note: iPhones play video in full-screen which obscures the clip point markers. You will need to exit full-screen in order to select clip points. You can create clips on an iPad. 

Yes. Please use the 'Embed' button to generate the code to insert into your LMS.

Yes. Links can be made to all Informit databases including TVNews.

You may also link directly to program home pages, or to individual items, such as a news story. All links will continue to resolve for the life of Informit TVNews.

To include the ezproxy address in your link, access the page via your library’s ezproxy address and copy the URL.

 

Yes. Please contact your IT Services department about the appropriate DVD making software and DVD burner. First download and save the TVNews video file to your computer. Then follow the instructions of your DVD making software.

As TVNews videos are of lower resolution than the broadcast, the image quality on the DVD will also be of lower resolution.

Note that any copying, including burning videos on a DVD, needs to comply with the requirements as outlined in your Screenrights licence.

For more information, see the Screenrights website.

Yes. There are two methods for transferring bibliographic records from Informit into EndNote.

  1. Export references from Informit:
    • Conduct a search on Informit.
    • In the Results list, check the records you wish to add to EndNote and save.
    • Under Output Format, select EndNote Direct and save.
    • Double click the saved RIS file to open in EndNote.

  2. Search and download Informit records from EndNote. To do this, you must download and install the appropriate database connection file. See the above FAQ (Are there any EndNote connection files available for Informit databases?) for instructions on using Informit database connection files and refer to Chapter 6 of the EndNote online user guide for details on searching an online database.

Yes. Bibliographic records can be exported from Informit into either your RefWorks or ProQuest Flow online library by following these steps:

  1. Conduct a search on Informit.
  2. In the results list, check the records you wish to export and save.
  3. Under Output Format, select RefWorks Direct and save.
  4. If your browser prevents the automatic re-direction, click the Export to RefWorks button.

Your selected records will be imported into your RefWorks online library (you may need to log in); if you have accessed your ProQuest Flow library from your browser, your records will automatically be redirected there.

Marked records are active for the duration of a session only. To retain marked records you need to save, email or print them before logging out of Informit Search.

Note: if your session times out, your marked records will be lost.

All programs are viewed as progressive downloads. Video files may also be saved to a specific location. To save a video, use the Save As function.

All programs are viewed as progressive downloads. Video files may also be saved to a specific location. To save a video, use the Save As function.

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