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Yes. Clips and projects can be shared via the share buttons below the video player.

Note: links to clips and projects can only be created and shared by registered users of Informit EduTV. (Copying the URL from the browser and sharing the link will not work. Please use the share buttons.) 

Yes. Informit databases are held on a fully compliant Z39.50 database server.

Configure your client to point to:

Server: <z3950.informit.com.au>

Port: 210

Copies of broadcasts may be made available online (such as in Blackboard) or put in course reserve, provided this is permitted under the Remuneration Notice and the institution’s agreement with Screenrights and it is solely for the educational purposes of the institution and that the other standard conditions of Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) are met, i.e. labelling, notices and that all reasonable steps are taken to ensure that the copies may only be accessible by those entitled to access them. For more information, see sections 135K and 135KA of the Copyright Act

Yes. RSS title feeds and table of contents feeds are available for Informit Collections databases.

For more information, watch the tutorial or see the Setting up RSS feeds how to guide.

No—there is no embargo on content cleared by Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) for Informit.

Yes. Video playback is supported by all iOS and Android devices.

No. However, Informit EduTV will use Adobe Flash player if it is installed.

Yes. You can search concurrently across as many databases as you wish. Field structures have been standardised across our entire database range to allow for this.

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Yes. Clips and projects can be shared via the share buttons below the video player.

Note: links to clips and projects can only be created and shared by registered users of Informit EduTV. (Copying the URL from the browser and sharing the link will not work. Please use the share buttons.) 

Yes. Informit databases are held on a fully compliant Z39.50 database server.

Configure your client to point to:

Server: <z3950.informit.com.au>

Port: 210

Copies of broadcasts may be made available online (such as in Blackboard) or put in course reserve, provided this is permitted under the Remuneration Notice and the institution’s agreement with Screenrights and it is solely for the educational purposes of the institution and that the other standard conditions of Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) are met, i.e. labelling, notices and that all reasonable steps are taken to ensure that the copies may only be accessible by those entitled to access them. For more information, see sections 135K and 135KA of the Copyright Act

Yes. RSS title feeds and table of contents feeds are available for Informit Collections databases.

For more information, watch the tutorial or see the Setting up RSS feeds how to guide.

No—there is no embargo on content cleared by Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) for Informit.

Yes. Video playback is supported by all iOS and Android devices.

No. However, Informit EduTV will use Adobe Flash player if it is installed.

Yes. You can search concurrently across as many databases as you wish. Field structures have been standardised across our entire database range to allow for this.

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