The Library's streaming video database, Films on Demand, contains thousands of documentaries and educational videos that can be embedded directly within Canvas. You may embed these videos on pages, announcements, quizzes, assignments, and discussion boards.
Click the Apps icon, which looks like a plug. You may need to click the three dot menu first.
Then choose Films on Demand from the list of apps.
You will then be able to search for relevant videos. Click the Embed button next to a video to embed it into Canvas.
Kanopy mostly consists of educational documentaries. Please note that not all search results in Kanopy are part of our collection; videos in the results section labeled "videos you can request for your library" have not been purchased by the Library.
To embed Kanopy videos in Canvas, navigate to the desired video and click the Share button.
Next, click the Embed option. You may also choose to copy the provided link.
Copy the embed code.
In Canvas, navigate to the page, discussion question, announcement, or other location in which you wish to embed the video. Click the icon that looks like two carets with a slash. This opens the HTML editor.
Paste the embed code where you would like the video.
Swank does not have an option to embed videos within Canvas. Instead, you can share a link.
On the desired video, click the Share Button.
The Direct Link is a simple link. The LMS Link is a bit of code that you may paste that provides the name of the film.
To use the LMS Link, navigate to the page, discussion question, announcement, or other desired location in Canvas. Click the icon that looks like two carets with a slash. This opens the HTML editor.
Paste the copied LMS link code.
This is how the LMS Link shows for students:
If you have a research assignment, you can request a specialized research module created by the librarians to support your assignment. Modules will focus on relevant skills and resources to support your students, and an optional quiz can be included. Sample topics include: using the library catalog; choosing databases; using a specific database; academic sources; evaluating web resources; and citing sources.
To request a module, choose the Canvas Embedded Librarian option on the Library Instruction Request form.
The Library has created a number of online lessons available to be imported into Canvas. You can create your own library module by choosing the most relevant lessons for your class. If you'd like a customized module or lessons for your class, you make a request through the Library Instruction Form and choose Canvas Embedded Librarian.
To access Canvas Commons, log in to Canvas, and then click the Commons icon in the left navigation bar.
The first time you access Canvas Commons, you will need to authorize the access.
There are several collections of materials available for you to search.
Search uPick to see general library lessons, covering topics such as books, databases, evaluating websites, citations, and more.
Search Business Research Toolbox to see library lessons specifically geared for business programs.
Once you find a relevant lesson, click the Import/Download button and choose the appropriate class(es) from the list.
If a lesson has been updated, you will see a notification upon entering Canvas Commons.
Click the Updates link to see what has changed. To update the lessons in your classes, click the Update button.