All videos in Academic Video Online (AVON) and Films on Demand are ready for immediate viewing. No additional license fees are required unlike Kanopy and Swank.
Kanopy: Videos can be embedded inside of Canvas using the embed code generated by Kanopy, but will still require students to login with their ACE account.
Films on Demand
Academic Video Online
In your Canvas Rich Text Editor, there should be a small icon that reads “Apps” when you hover over it. It looks like a plug. Click the icon, open the menu, and look for Alexander Street Video (the list is alphabetical, so it should be near the top).
Hint: If this your first time first time accessing Alexander Street, you will need to click "View All."
From there, a search interface should pop up. Search for the video you want and then choose the embed option you prefer (medium or large). The video will embed automatically.
The LA County Library and the Los Angeles Public Library systems provide access to Kanopy. Film requests are not required for most films. Note: Public and academic library versions vary. Anyone living in Los Angeles County can apply online for digital cards.
The streaming video company, Intelecom, went out of business in 2021, and ELAC's access to their platform ended on June 30, 2021. However, you can still access select Intelecom Learning films through ELAC's Films on Demand streaming video platform.