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Integrating Content in CARES Act Courses

Incorporating Videos




  • Find YouTube videos with Creative Commons licenses



Do a YouTube search and click on the "Filter" link at the top of the results page

Click on Filter in the top left corner

Under the Features column, click on Creative Commons 

Click on Creative Commons

Within an individual video, click on "Show More" to verify it has a Creative Commons license

Click on Show More

License type



Contact for assistance with locating YouTube videos with Creative Commons licenses.


  • BC Library subscribes to several high-quality streaming video databases
  • There are almost 100,000 streaming videos from notable producers and filmmakers in the various collections
  • Most are academic in nature


  • Video directly relating to your course content and design will engage your students
  • Lets your students easily access academic videos by clicking the links or pressing the play button
  • Streaming videos from the library collection has useful tools such as scrolling transcripts, citations, etc.


  • Embed video in units, discussion posts and announcements


Search for videos in any of the Streaming Media databases.

Go to the link below to learn how to embed HTML code or share a title URL from any of the streaming video databases in D2L.

You can also easily embed Films on Demand video right into D2L. Open the link below to get directions.


Contact for assistance on integrating academic videos in your D2L course and/ or for course citation assistance.