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Some content we license only allows you to link to the resource rather than embed the content into your canvas course. In order for these links to function well (even when students are off-campus) you will need to prepend the vendor's url with the prefix https://proxy.library.upenn.edu/login?url=
For example, here is a link to a licensed Acland Anatomy video: http://aclandanatomy.com/Multimedia.aspx?categoryid=39468
By adding the Penn Proxy url, you are assured that a student can access even if they are not on campus. The Proxy URL will prompt the student to login using their PennKey and then send the student on to the Acland video: https://proxy.library.upenn.edu/login?url=http://aclandanatomy.com/Multimedia.aspx?categoryid=39468
AccessMedicine & other McGrawHill Medical Sites
Citing information is available. While viewing a book chapter, look for the "Get Citation" icon.
"Downloadable Images" Statement - "Tens of thousands of photos and illustrations to aid in visual diagnosis are available to save and download to presentations for educational purposes."
“Both volumes and individual chapters have a distinct UR Land a unique number for reference in syllabi and lectures. Simply copy/paste the URL, or include the volume or chapter number to direct students to their assigned videos.”
Dynamed allows the use of images and other media, but only behind PennKey protected sites including Canvas, and only for educational purposes.
Henry Stewart Talks
Can embed videos in your own lectures. After accessing video, you have options to Embed a link or the video into your course material. You may also specify the segment of a video you would like to use.