We’ve designed our playlist tool to be very user-friendly. The creation of playlists allows educators to assemble films and chapters on a given subject and to contextualize them with written descriptions. The playlist itself can also be given a description. To create a playlist, first ensure that you are logged […]
You can share a personalized CAMPUS playlist—composed of either complete films or chapters you’ve created—with your students. To do so, please make sure that you are logged in your CAMPUS account. Once you are logged in, go to the page of the film you wish to share and click on […]
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Your purchases are always accessible here. You can also view your order history here. Please make sure that you are logged into your account in order to view your purchases or order history. Please note that you must enter your e-mail address (as opposed to your username) in order to […]
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We recommend using VLC Media Player to view your downloaded films. Available for free to download here : http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html