You can search on more than one of the Year Dot 15. When you arrive at Archive everyone is selected. First de-select those you don’t want to include in the search. Everyone selected with a tick will be searched when you submit.
You can search on all videos, or one video type. You cannot search on Films and Video Diaries for example. If you want to find Films and Video Diaries, then you should search on all.
You can narrow video results by curriculum subject, and enter keywords.
When you submit your search, your results will replace the subject videos in the video listing at the bottom right hand area of the page. If there are no results, a message will appear in this area to tell you this.
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