Enter keywords, phrases or Boolean (e.g. leader* AND Apple) in the 'Search within this Video Collection' box. Or, browse by subject using the list near the bottom of the collection home page.
You may then limit your search using the options to the right of the results:
Known issues and how to troubleshoot them...
If you have some broad topics that you are looking for it might be easier to browse the Films on Demand (FOD) database than to search it. Here's how:
1. Begin at the library homepage: http://library.webster.edu/
2. Click the link for "Articles / Databases"
3. Use the pull-down menu labeled "Know the database you want?" to choose: Films on Demand
4. If prompted, log in using your last name (in the top box) and (in the second box) your Webster 7-digit ID number
5. Use the Menu near the top left corner of the page to link to > Browse Videos > By Subject (or, scroll down the FOD homepage page to the "Browse Subjects" section)
6. Under the category Business & Economics, you might want to focus by selecting a sub-category, for example, Ethics & Business Law
7A. Browse the videos, or
7B. If the category or sub-category contains a large number of videos, try searching at this point, using the search box on the header. We suggest that you:
Two Ebscohost business databases, Entrepreneurial Studies Source and Business Source Complete also contain videos. These videos are not listed in the library catalog, so these databases must be searched individually. Here's how:
1. Login to one of the databases.
2. From the More menu, select Business Videos/Images.
3. In the “Limit your results” section found below the search box(es),
4. Enter a search keyword or phrase into the search box and click Search.
5. Need to expand your search to find more?
Search the Library catalog:
You may use the Video Search Express box below to search for videos included in the Sage and Films on Demand databases as well as video content in other formats, e.g. DVD and VHS. Note that videos from Entrepreneurial Studies Source, and Business Source Complete are not covered by the catalog so you must search them separately.