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Full-length videos and clips like those that are available in Kanopy can help you achieve Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL is a teaching approach that lets students access the same material in more than one format. It can help create an equitable learning environment and improve student success.
Davies, P. L., Schelly, C. L., Spooner, C. L., & University, C. S. (2013). Measuring the effectiveness of Universal Design for Learning intervention in postsecondary education. Journal Of Postsecondary Education & Disability, 26(3), 195-220.
Al-Azawei, A., Serenelli, F., & Lundqvist, K. (2016). Universal Design for Learning (UDL): A content analysis of peer-reviewed journal papers from 2012 to 2015. Journal Of The Scholarship Of Teaching And Learning, 16(3), 39-56.
This is an information guide and tutorial for the Kanopy streaming video database. Kanopy is an online collection of high-quality, independent feature films, documentaries, and educational videos that can be viewed from most devices (with Internet connection) and that can be embedded into Canvas or a Los Rios Google apps created website.
You can find Kanopy videos through OneSearch or by going directly into the database:
Kanopy only allows the library to purchase films for 1 year licenses initially, and then only up to 3 years at most. You can double check the expiration date for a Kanopy film in OneSearch by searching for the title.