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Streaming video options for faculty

Options for including streaming videos in online classes

Kanopy Subject Collections

There are over 12,000 titles available in Kanopy. View the full catalog here.
Film & Popular
Early Film, Film Studies, Foreign Language Film, Movies & TV
The Arts
Architecture, Dance, Design, Experimental/Alternative Media, Fashion, Literature, Music, Performance Art, Photography, Visual Art
Career Development, Business Case Studies, Business Skills, Economics & Globalization, Leadership Training
Education (K-12)
K-12, Teacher Education Development
Global Studies & Languages
African Studies, Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, Australian & Indigenous Studies, ESL & Languages, European/Baltic Studies, German Studies, Latin American Studies, North American Studies
Child Health, Everyday Health, Medicine, Mental Health, Midwifery, Nursing, Sports & Physiotherapy
Media & Communications
Journalism, Marketing/Advertising & PR, Media Studies
Agriculture & Geography, Applied Science, Astronomy & Aeronautics, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science & IT, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Veterinary Science
Social Sciences
Anthropology, Gender Studies, History--Ancient, History--Military, History--Modern, Human Rights, Jewish Studies, LGBT, Politics & International Affairs, Psychology, Race & Class Studies, Religion & Philosophy, Sociology
Technical Training
Food Technology, Hair & Beauty, Health & Safety, Hospitality & Tourism, Law & Criminal Justice, Library & Information Management, Technical Expertise

Using Kanopy

Connect to Kanopy

  1. Start at Libraries home page:
  2. Click on Databases in the main search tab. 
  3. Click on K in the alphabet under the login box (you'll need to log in if you're off campus)
  4. Find Kanopy Streaming Videos listed alphabetically

Login to Individual Account (optional)

  1. Click on "Sign In" tab at the top of the screen.
  2. Create an account with any email address. This feature will allow you to save clips and playlists. 

Share the Video

  1. Perform a search or browse through available videos.
  2. Use the Create Clip/Playlist button to create a custom clip or playlist (optional).
  3. Use the Share/Embed button to send a link to yourself or your students. You can use this link to show the video in class. 
  4. To embed the video in Webcourses, copy the embed code and paste it in Webcourses.