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Designed for Canadian college and university faculty & students, CAN-CORE is your go-to destination for current and relevant Canadian video content. Our streaming platform features quality programming from many of Canada’s best producers. Educators and students now have an extensive library of Canadian resources to easily integrate into their lectures, labs, research and assignments. CAN-CORE includes the following:
- 100% Canadian-produced content.
- Thousands of segments and full programs. AND GROWING!
- Searchable by subject area and by course.
- Mobile device friendly.
- Create and share curated playlists.
- Tags help users to find related content.
- A rich source of content about, and by, Canadian Indigenous people.
- New content added regularly.
- Embed codes for easy integra on into a LMS.
- Both segments and full-length programs are searchable.
- Closed Captioning and interactive transcripts.
- Downloadable content with expiry dates.
- Usage data and administrative console to manage your users.
- Advanced Keyword Search.
- Resource Guides and Infographics where available.
- Access anywhere, anytime.
We are proud of our many partnerships with both Indigenous and non-Indigenous filmmakers across the country. CAN-CORE offers you an extraordinary, unparalleled catalogue of curated content for your Indigenous Studies classes. We are delighted to showcase these incredible programs by some of Canada’s most renowned producers.
Last updated: November 15, 2021
This is a joint license between the Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries (COPPUL) and BC ELN. Institutions that are members of both consortia should send responses to BC ELN.
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MARC records are not available yet for the content in Can-Core AV but are working on it. The vendor has started working with a consortium of 14 Ontario universities (within OCUL) that have collaborated on a cataloguing project with ProQuest called Omni. Some of these universities are spearheading the conversion of our Can-Core AV metadata to MARC records to work with this shared catalogue system. Once this is in place they will roll them out broader MARC records for all subscribers. We will be receiving updates from the vendor as things progress. For now the metadata is the only thing that can be used for catalogue records.