ClickView produces new curriculum-aligned videos every week. What you might not know is that they are all produced here in Australia in ClickView's own production studio in Melbourne.
ClickView was originally founded in Sydney at which time they were focused on curating educational resources from the best content providers. ClickView later went on to work with VEA and started producing their own content straight out of Melbourne, all aligned to the Australian Curriculum.
ClickView now employs local scriptwriters, camera team, set designers and more, as well as getting specialists to come in for those videos requiring expert knowledge on both educational and technical areas.
Step behind the scenes with ClickView's Melbourne Production Team and experience first-hand the work that goes into each one of our videos, created locally by experts in Australian education.
Follow Brendan Mitchell, ClickView Advisor at ClickView Australia as he shows you some of the pedagogical applications of the Interactive Videos feature on ClickView.
Follow Brendan Mitchell, ClickView Advisor at ClickView Australia as he shows you a general a quick explanation of how local storage can work for students and staff when using the ClickView iOs app for your iPhone or iPad.
Accces equity is a challenge for many schools when it comes to flipped learning and accessing internet content at home.
The ClickView iOs app has a feature called local storage that allows a student to download a video from the school library onto their device to watch at home or anywhere else where they do not have internet access.
This provides support for those who do not have internet at home and reduces any access equity concerns.
When watching a video program from the ClickView@Riverview School Library, the individual program can be stored in an Internet Browser's cache so it can be played in a location without a stable internet connection.
Both students and staff are required to play the individual program once in full through a network, and then it will save the program in the Internet Browser's cache.
Once it has been watched, you can then access the program as many times as you want through the ClickView@Riverview library.
Further Information from the Clickview Help Centre:
Playing any video in ClickView, when you are on the same network as your Local Cache, will cache the video. If the video already exists in the Local Cache, the video will be streamed directly from the Local Cache without using any internet.
You will know when a video is being streamed from the Local Cache by the icon in the bottom right hand corner of the ClickView Player.
Request something to be recorded:
Email Your Request to: email@example.com
Tell us the program and we will take it from there....
In your request, please include:
Date and Time When Program Will Be Aired
Tell us these details for the program and we will take it from there....
Want To Know What Is Coming Up On Television? : Online TV Guides
If you are looking for online TV guides for airing times of programs, Freeview has a current Television Guide for Free-To-Air Channels. You can set the guide for your respective region in Australia.
For FOXTEL programming, go to What's On Foxtel for their Subscription Television Guide for all Foxtel Channels.
Every day, we record a number of free to air television channels (ABC, ABC2, SBS, SBS VICELAND, NITV (National Indigenous Television), SBS Food Network, 7 Digital, 9 Digital, TEN Digital, GO!, GEM, ONE, ELEVEN, ABC News 24, ABC ME, 7TWO and 7MATE) which are discarded after 14 days if not requested by staff to be kept in ClickView.
We can record a number of Foxtel channels, but you need to email us details of the program BEFORE the airing date so it can be recorded for viewing on ClickView.
When using ClickView through the InsideView Page, if it is not loading ClickView for you - you need to clear your browsing history (or Cache) in your Internet Browser. Once completed, this will allow you access to Clickview!
Podcasts are now available in ClickView!
You can find Podcasts in the Podcast Subcategories Folder in various Curriculum Areas And Topic Areas within ClickView.
Digital Resources (Videos And Podcasts) are available in the SCHOOL LIBRARY area of the ClickView@Riverview Library within the English Curriculum Area of ClickView under the Topic Area entitled : Riverview Reads : "Narrow Road To The Deep North" By Richard Flanagan.
Digital Resources include:
1. Richard Flanagan's Shot for Man Booker Prize (Series : Lateline)
Synopsis Of Program:
Richard Flanagan, author of 'The Narrow Road To The Deep North' which has been long-listed for the prestigious Man Booker prize talks to Steve Cannane about love, his father and the Second World War.
2. Richard Flanagan : The Narrow Road To The Deep North (Podcast)
Synopsis Of Program:
What would you do if you saw the love of your life, whom you thought dead, walking towards you? Richard Flanagan's latest novel, The Narrow Road to the Deep North, is the story of a Japanese POW camp on the Thai-Burma death railway, where Australian surgeon Dorrigo Evans is haunted by his love affair with his uncle's young wife. Struggling to save the men under his command from starvation, cholera and torture, he receives a letter that will change his life forever.
3. Richard Flanagan And Phillip Adams In Conversation (Podcast)
Synopsis Of Program:
The protagonist of Richard Flanagan’s latest novel is modelled on the Australian soldiers and prisoners of war who worked on the nightmare project that was the Thai-Burma Railway. It’s also a deeply personal book because Richard’s late father, Arch Flanagan, was one of Weary Dunlop’s one thousand soldiers, for whom he was responsible in the Japanese POW camp.
4. Richard Flanagan Wins Booker Prize (Podcast)
Synopsis Of Program:
Tasmanian author Richard Flanagan has won the prestigious Man Booker Prize for Fiction. His book, titled The Narrow Road to the Deep North, centres upon the experiences of surgeon Dorrigo Evans in a Japanese prisoner of war camp on the now infamous Thailand-Burma railway. Flanagan's father, who died the day he finished The Narrow Road to the Deep North, was a survivor of the Burma Railway.