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ClickView is used to stream television programmes and films for educational purposes. Teachers can request the addition of programmes/films that have screened free-to-air by following the procedure below:

  1. Navigate to home.scotch.wa.edu.au and select ClickView Clickview icon .
     
  2. Click on Libraries and search for your programme/film to see if we already have it.
     
  3. Click on the Exchange tab to search for the programme/film and see if another school has uploaded it. If you find the programme/film in the Exchange, click on the programme to preview it.
    1. If the quality and ratio are good, click on the More link, which is located below the film.
    2. Click on Add to Your Library and type the Year Group and Subject into the Message text box (ie. Year 11 Biology).
    3. Library staff usually access the ClickView Publisher about once a week. If the programme/film is relatively urgent, email library@scotch.wa.edu.au and ask the library staff to import and sync the programme.
       
  4. If the programme/film is not in the ClickView Libraries or Exchange, email your request to library@scotch.wa.edu.au and include the following information:
    1. Programme/film title
    2. Date/channel/time screened
    3. Subject and year group you intend to use it with
    4. Date when it's needed by
    5. Whether closed captions are required (2-week lead time)

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