The following instructions will assist you to control the video player using the keyboard.
Starting and stopping the video
- Use the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination to navigate the video player controls.
- Navigate to the Play button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to toggle between play and pause.
- Navigate to the closed captions button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to open the closed captions menu.
- Navigate to the preferred close captions option using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to activate the close caption option.
- Navigate to the volume slider using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the left or right arrow to decrease and increase the volume.
- Navigate to the full screen button using the Tab or Shift + Tab keyboard combination.
- Press the Spacebar or Enter key to toggle between full screen video and normal size.
All RMIT students have access to a range of study support services in the library.
Getting help is easy. The team are ready to help you, in person or online.
You can visit a Study Support Hub when you’re on campus at the Swanston, Carlton, Bundoora and Brunswick libraries.
You can ask for help from Librarians, Academic Skills Advisors, Student Learning Assistants and Peer Mentors.
Librarians are information specialists. They’re great at helping you find and evaluate information to use in your assignments. What to look for, where to find it and whether it is credible.
Come and visit a Student Learning Assistant who can guide you on various aspects of your study, including writing, maths, study skills and English language.
You can ask an Academic Skills Advisor for feedback about the structure of your written assignment, how to integrate and cite researched information into your writing, or how to do the maths and physics in your course.
Bring drafts of your assignments, or just come for a chat about strategies to improve your study skills and academic work.
Peer mentors are students who’ve been trained to support other students in their learning. They’ve been successful in their studies and can share their knowledge and experiences in a relaxed and fun environment.
Peer mentors can help with many skills including MS Office, design software and how to study effectively.
For online advice, use the Ask the Library service. You can chat with our friendly staff, send an email or even call.
Before you come in to see us at the Library, you might find an answer to your question through the RMIT Learning Lab. Just do a search for RMIT Learning Lab.
You’ll find a wide range of resources to help you improve your study, writing, maths, statistics, physics and chemistry skills.
Most of the material will help with any discipline you are studying, but you may find information that is targeted specifically to your coursework too. It is well worth exploring.
We also have plenty of online tools to help you with your studies.
EasyCite makes referencing, well, easy and our Assignment Planner gives you a customised step-by-step plan with tips and advice for completing your presentations and written assignments.
A fun way to orient yourself with many of the library’s offerings is to play Library Quest, a classic adventure game that introduces many of the Library’s services.
Good luck with your studies at RMIT University.
All the study support mentioned in this video can be found online.
Library homepage: https://www.rmit.edu.au/library
Ask the Library: https://www.rmit.edu.au/library/help/ask-the-library
Study Support Hub: https://www.rmit.edu.au/students/study-support/study-support-hub
Peer Mentoring: https://www.rmit.edu.au/students/study-support/peer-mentoring