Faculty can share streaming video with students through Canvas and course shells are available for all classes. At the start of each semester, review your Canvas course shell and confirm that your streaming media links are active. Also check the expiration dates for all licensed streaming video included in your Canvas course.
Most streaming video databases generate embed codes that enable students to watch films through a video player within Canvas.
What is it?
How do I create an account?
What are the benefits of doing this?
Use Films on Demand's "Advanced Search" then filter by "Custom Content" to browse films owned by the library. Results can also be filtered by producer (i.e. HBO, PBS, etc.).
Use the Films on Demand Canvas app.
Edit the page where you will add the Films on Demand film.
Select the apps icon from the tool bar.
|Locate Films on Demand from the list.|
|Enter search terms/title in the search area.|
|Select the film and use the Embed dropdown to choose the size of the film embed. The films will be added to the page.|
To embed into your course, copy the html code found in the embed link below the video. Copy/paste this into the page using the html, not the default. This is located in the lower right corner in the text input area.
Kanopy is not integrated with Canvas*. It provides embed codes that enable viewing within a Canvas page.
*There is no Canvas Kanopy app.
Since this resource CANNOT be embedded into Canvas the instructor provides a link to the database. The students log in through Databases A - Z, "D".
TechConnect (was 3C Media Solutions) is fully integrated with Canvas and found on the Canvas toolbar. Use embed codes to enable viewing within a Canvas page.
Embed your instructional video
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