Recommend using Firefox or Chrome with this database. You will not be able to manage your playlists through Internet Explorer.
Before creating an account, contact Kathy Ellerton, email@example.com, for the access code.
a. Go to Curio.ca.
b. on Login
c. Select 'Enter with an Access Code.
d. Type in email address and password.
e. Check your email. An activation link will be sent to you by email.
f. Click on the activation link. You will not see an Welcome (your name), you will see an option called My Curio.
Click on Share below the video to get the url or embed code for the video. You can also select the size of the video console.
Curio.ca provides streaming access to educational content from CBC and Radio-Canada, including documentaries from television and radio, news reports, archival material, stock shots and more — over 5,000 programs and resources. It is a one-stop destination for outstanding Canadian educational content.
Notice that you have multiple ways to find Curio educational content. Using the main menu that always appears at the top of the page, you can navigate Curio by CBC show, by subject category, by collections and by channels.
Here you'll find a full list of the most popular CBC shows — The Nature of Things, Doc Zone, George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, Dragons' Den, etc.
a. You can search by title or subject
b. Use double quotes around a particular phrase to get specific results
c. Can filter results by subject, language, age group, or type
d. Results can be sorted alphabetically or by date
You must be signed into an account before you can create a playlist. Once you are logged into Curio.ca you can create a playlist as follows.
1.Click on Add to Playlist on the menu before the video.
The playlist menu opens up. You will see selection boxes of previous playlists or you can create a new playlist.