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Step by step instructions for grabbing durable links so you can share articles, eBooks, streaming video and more.

Share Videos

Link to Academic Videos Online videos so that they can be accessed on or off campus. The first step is to get a durable link. For most databases, the URL you see in your browser address bar is a temporary link that will not provide access to the article for other users. The durable link will provide on campus access.

On & Off Campus

In Academic Videos Online you can get a durable link for videos from the Share option below the video.

  • Use the Via permalink to provide a direct link that can be used on or off campus (users will login if off campus). 
  • Use the embed code to embed the video on a web page such as in D2L (users will login if off campus). Note: the code will need to be dropped in using the source code view in D2L. 
  • Use the Via Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) to provide a direct link that can be used on or off campus (users will not have login if off campus). 

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Classroom Viewing & Public Screenings

Films available in Academic Video Online include limited public performance rights, which includes permission for classroom showings, as well as public screenings, as long as no admission is being charged, excluding Film Platform titles

Embed Option, On Campus View

On campus the video shows and will play without login.

Embed Option, Off Campus View

Off campus, students may see the message If your browser does not continue automatically, click here, as shown in the screenshot below. Students will need to click/tap the here button to login in order to play. 

If your browser does not continue automatically, click here

Share Clips

You can make clips from videos in Academic Video Online platform if you create a free account and login. Once created you can share the clips. Here's how:

  1. To create a clip, select the Clips tab in the main header and ‘Create a New Clip’.
  2. Name your clip.
  3. Indicate the start and end times for the clip.
  4. If you like, you can add some notes to give the clip some context.
  5. Indicate how widely you want this clip to be shared - just you, your class/group, your institution, or everyone.
  6. Hit Save. 

Want more? This video provides an overview of the different ways to create a clip and where to find your saved clips.