Q. How can I cite a part from Films on Demand?

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To see an example of how to cite a Films on Demand video section, visit the APA Help Guide.

Click on References and In-text Citation Examples and then click on the arrow by Library Databases.

Here is an example from the guide:

Films on Demand

Whole movie:

Cambridge Educational. (2006). Information literacy: The perils of online research [Online video]. Retrieved from Films on Demand database.

In-text
Paraphrase: (Cambridge Educational, 2006).
Quotation (use time stamp): (Cambridge Educational, 2006, 13:22).


Segment:

BBC. (2013). The divergent thinking test [segment 12]. In The creative brain: How insight works [Online video]. Retrieved from Films on Demand database.

In-text
Paraphrase: (BBC, 2013). Quotation: (BBC, 2006, 21:23)

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  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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