This brief video provides an overview of what ClickView is and what teachers have access to within ClickView. Duration: 1:19
Clickview also have a "Getting Started with ClickView" playlist of tutorials which are designed to get you going with ClickView, from logging in, to locating, playing, and sharing ClickView content, to beginning to curate playlists for specific units.
Whether you are at home or school, on your own device or a school computer, use ClickView Online
1. Go to https://online.clickview.com.au and click the orange 'Sign into ClickView' button:
2. Enter your Lowther Hall email address and click 'Next':
3. On the Lowther Hall sign-in page, login using your normal Lowther Hall username and password. You will only be redirected to this page if you are not already logged into your Lowther Hall account.
4. On the page asking you to select your school, click on the green 'Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School' button:
5. You will then find yourself on the ClickView dashboard, which regularly updates with new content. You can use the search bar in the top right of the screen to search what you're looking for, or browse our curated collection by clicking 'Libraries', then 'Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School'.
To request a video be added to the Exchange, go to ClickView Exchange then search and find the video you want, and open it in a new window. Beneath the video, you will see a button labeled "More". Once you click on this button, you can select from the drop-down options: "Add to your library". Here you should select the folder in which you would like the video to be housed. This will generate a notification for library staff to add the video to the Lowther ClickView Library for future use, accessible to staff and students in the Lowther community.
You can also simply share video links to staff and students without adding to our Library. When you open a video in a new window, you will see an option below each video labelled "Share". Here you will find the link for the video, as well as the code to embed the video.
Any videos shared from the Exchange will be viewable by your students, as long as the video isn't rated higher than the students' age group.
If you have an issues or further questions, please come and see staff in the Nora Collisson Centre.
TV Ratings are used by ClickView to restrict access to certain content based on age. The following ratings are the maximum rating of content viewable by each Year Level. For example, the Year 8 maximum rating is PG. This means that students in Year 8 can only access content rated PG and below. Ratings cannot be edited for individual programs or students.
Year 7: PG
Year 8: PG
Year 9: M
Year 10: M
Year 11: MA15+
Year 12: MA15+