Further and higher education teaching resources

In further and higher education settings, video is becoming more important than ever as a way to engage students in dynamic learning. ClickView produces video content for further and higher education to support you and your students. You can access a frequently updated library of videos aligned to your courses, plus free-to-air content including BBC RES.

Which faculty do you need resources for?

Choose your faculty below and browse the collection of video content available to enhance student learning outcomes in your lectures and classes. We have more than 2000 dynamic and engaging educational videos spanning a breadth of subjects. Create or access ready-made interactive videos for formative assessment or to track student progress. Our supporting teaching resources, such as downloadables and lesson plan sequences, can save you time.

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An ever-growing library

To make sure you always have the most relevant content, we regularly update our further and higher education library. Your subscription gives you complete access to all ClickView-produced content, content from world-leading publishers, plus ClickView TV. You also have access to thousands of videos on the Exchange, including BBC RES, plus relevant parts of our GCSE library for resits.

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Practical resources

ClickView videos come with associated teaching resources, such as lesson plans and worksheets, to help with student assessment and save you time.

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Content to enhance student learning outcomes

We release new ClickView original curated videos every month, developed in consultation with lecturers to align with college and university content requirements.

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Seamless integration

ClickView works beautifully alongside your existing systems, including easy access through Single sign-on. Powerful integrations embed resources in your existing LMS and support further discovery through your library systems.

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Access the entire platform from anywhere

You and your students have full access to the ClickView platform for videos, content and resources, anywhere, at any time. You don’t even need an internet connection. Find out more about remote learning with ClickView.

The latest TV content for further and higher education

ClickView TV helps you incorporate current and relevant TV content into your lectures. Use the subtitle search to quickly find engaging, ad-free content for your students.

Plan ahead using the ClickView TV Guide

You’ll never miss the best educational content on free-to-air TV. Find what’s airing in the next fortnight and request your advert-free copy. When students are absent or they just want a refresher, they can watch later at home without the distraction of adverts.

20,000 of the best Freeview programmes

College and university educators can easily find, keep and use TV content. It’s also a cost-effective way to access films to support English Language and Literature faculties, or Media departments like TV Production or Journalism. Browse by category, topic or subtitle.

Resources for contemporary teaching

All the latest TV content is available, with 24 Freeview channels and 8 European satellite channels from the past 28 days recorded. Choose the advert-free content you need, then edit it to suit your purposes. Show a single scene for theme analysis, create a quiz, or explore a film technique.

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Formative assessment for higher education

ClickView interactive videos are useful resources in any faculty within a further and higher education environment. By adding an interactive layer to any video, you can encourage the students in your lectures to check their understanding and reflect on key learnings.

How does interactive video work?

The opportunity to embed questions or problems transforms video watching from passive to active in just a few clicks. Find specific videos for your classes, add different question types and then use the in-built analytics to make sure students understand the topic content.

How will my students benefit?

Using interactive video can help your students develop their skills in critical reflection and higher order thinking. Making students aware of their progress and learnings can also help them stay motivated and engaged in class. ClickView helps you store formative assessment evidence safely and securely, to help you track student progress.

Powerful video platform for Multi-Campus Support

ClickView helps your instruction to share practice, and create consistency and continuity across multiple campuses, while also enabling individual campuses to create their own needs-based resources. Facilitate workload-saving collaboration between different campuses while increasing overall resource quality. Analytics for the entire college estate are also available.

Cloud-based shared libraries foster collaboration and reduce workload by:

  • Giving campuses the capacity to centrally create, manage and share video resources, including interactives and banks of curriculum content.
  • Facilitating resource sharing by specialist educators in particular subject areas, such as formative assessment quizzes for pre-testing.

Teaching strategies for further and higher education

ClickView provides great quality video content, empowering you to create rich learning experiences. Working closely with expert lecturers, we regularly produce our own original series covering a huge range of subjects.

Stories from institutes using ClickView

Take video learning further

Kenneth Park, Senior Lecturer

Harness the depth of content in ClickView

Liz Wyman, Head of Resources and Guidance

Using video for effective assessment

Neil Nodzak, Learning Technologist

"ClickView offers a unique service, both in terms of the bespoke learning content available for an FE audience and also in the ability to act as a repository for college generated video content."
Joe Wilson - Head of Digital Skills
Joe Wilson, Head of Digital Skills

City of Glasgow College