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Media sources at Camosun Library

You have several options to locate or link to videos in this collection. You can:

1. Go directly to the site to search for content by CBC show, collections or channels.

2. By Subject categories: Arts, Health, Math, science & technology, Business, etc.

3. By the 'News in Review series' for the classroom. Curio selects the top 4 news stories and crafts a 15-minute documentary for each -- drawing on news reports from recent months.

We recommend that you link to a video in D2L. You can also create video playlists by registering using the Camosun Access Code: Email Media Librarian Ally Flynn.

National Film Board of Canada Education (subscription)

Ed.Flicks Exchange Training Videos on Demand

Sport Medicine and Exercise Science in Video

Collection of streaming videos on fitness and health assessment, disease management, injury treatment, nutrition, medical fitness, sport science, work-site wellness, exercise adherence, and much more.


The Adventure of English: 500 A.D. to 2000 A.D.

         Films on Demand

A documentary series on the English Language. Via BCELN British Columbia Electronic Library Network.  

Camosun’s Digitally Licensed Film collection

Camosun Library has purchased many documentaries with Digital Site Licenses, included those listed below.

To view these and other DSL films go to and log in.

If you would like to add these to your D2L course contact Media Librarian Ally Flynn

Freightened: The True Cost of Shipping (Trailer)

Us & Them (Blog post with preview)

People of a Feather (Film site with Preview)

A Healing River; An Invitation to Explore Restorative Justice Values and Principles (Trailer)

Born to be Good (Summary)

Two new collections have been added: SproutFlix and Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH season 1.

Independent film-makers may offer a Digital Site Licenses for their film with the provision that it is only used in a login protected LMS.

If this is the case the purchase should still be handled by the library to make sure other instructors and students have access to the film and that the correct License is acquired.

Audio Cine Films ACF

Streaming access to over 700 popular and classic feature films and informational media. with Educational Public Performance Rights included.

  1. Instructors can show films in class or link to them in D2L
  2. Students can watch at home with your Camosun Log-in
  3. Films are available in multiple languages
  4. New films are added often
  5. ACF media cannot be used for public events including free outdoor shows

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Please contact Ally Flynn, Media Librarian with any questions. 

NOTE: Chrome is the recommended browser for viewing; Adobe Flash must be installed, and Swank Media Player is required for viewing on mobile devices (free through app store).

The LOGIN button stays on the screen even when you are logged in, if you are at home and logged in to use the Library or using an on-campus computer you are already logged in! If you can see the film options, you are logged in. 

For more information please read these instructions:


Sproutflix hosts a large and diverse collection of films featuring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), striving to reinforce accurate portrayals of individuals within this community, breakdown stereotypes and promote a greater acceptance of differences and awareness of similarities.

To view selected Sproutflix films purchased by Camosun Libraries following these steps:



Our subscription to Kanopy includes an array of feature films, documentaries, and other instructional content. The option to purchase 1-year subscription access to additional media is also available.  'Free' content changes without warning

Please contact Ally Flynn, Media Librarian with any questions or to submit a request for purchase. 

Please note requests for additional media are:

  • limited due to budget constraints,
  • must be for instructional purchases (e.g., assigned course content)

Credo Reference


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CREDO Reference offers subject specific background information that contain videos on diverse topics and areas of study. Gain a greater understanding of your topic.