This collection allows instructors to create clips and annotations for student viewing, to provide structure and guidance for class discussions and learning goals. To learn more, watch the Streaming Video at Alexander Street Press YouTube video (4m 35s) below.
- Advanced search
- Multilanguage interface
- Video clip maker
- High-quality video streaming
- JAWS Compatible
- Citation Export
Adding Content to Canvas
To embed content into a module:
- Follow the steps in the University Library Alexander Street video and audio collection guide (in Canvas).
To add a video to the rich content editor in any Canvas content:
- Use one of the links in the Introduction to visit the Alexander Street website and locate the video you want to use.
- Once you found your video, click Embed/Link option below the video’s sharing options.
- A new screen will pop-up. On that screen copy the text in the gray box under Embed code for …, then return to Canvas.
- Open and edit the assignment, page, discussion, or announcement where you want to place the video.
- Click the blue link at the top to switch to the HTML Editor.
- Locate where you want the video to be placed and paste the code.
- Click Save.
Add the statement below to the required technologies section of your syllabus.
Accessing Content in Canvas
Alexander Street content can be found with other learning materials in your Canvas course. This includes being linked in modules, assignments, pages, discussions, quizzes, and announcements. Whenever you encounter an Alexander Street video, simply click the play button to begin streaming.
The ISU Library maintains a subscription making the following Alexander Street video content free for the ISU University community to use. It would be best if you were signed in using the Accessing E-Resources guide to access:
No separate account is needed to use this resource.