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Instructors may submit and/or request course media through the Library Reserves process. For Audio Reserves, please contact the Music Library circulation desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 303-492-8093. For Video Reserves, please refer to the Norlin Library Course Reserves process located at http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/reserves/index.htm.
Once the audio or video files have been made available on Chinook, an instructor can add them to a D2L course. The following tutorial demonstrates that process.
You can add an audio or video file to a topic in a content module or discussion. Select a tool (i.e., Content or Discussions), create a new item, and click the Insert Stuff button in the HTML Editor tool bar, as shown to the left. When creating a topic in a content module, you'll find this button in the HTML Editor toolbar beneath "Content." For adding a new discussion topic, you'll find this button in the HTML Editor toolbar next to "Description."
Enter your course number (e.g., socy 4131) and click the Search button. All audio and video course reserve files associated with that course will display in the search results.
Select your desired media file from the list and click Next.
The selected video will display in a preview screen. If satisfied with your selection, click Insert.
Your Kaltura media file will now be inserted in the HTML Editor.
Finish creating your item by clicking Save.