Introducing a more personalised ClickView

By Joe Pour

Before we dive into what’s included in the latest release of ClickView, let’s take a minute to reflect on our overarching goal for the ClickView product.

Our goal has always been:

  • To save teachers time when it comes to finding relevant educational resources
  • To support teachers in the classroom by empowering them to seamlessly incorporate video into their day-to-day teaching.

In this new release for secondary schools, we take some significant steps forward and move one step closer to this goal.

Introducing Subject Areas and Topics

Introducing Subject Areas and Topics

ClickView now offers a more tailored and personalised experience for each individual teacher. This is based on which subjects and topics you’re interested in and which age groups you teach.

By letting ClickView know which subjects you’re interested in, the most relevant content is pushed to the top and readily available, while less relevant content is still available below if you need it.

Of course, we haven’t forgotten about our wonderful librarians and ClickView administrators. We know you do a great service of finding content for your teachers. If this is the case for you, there’s no need to choose and you can continue to see content from all subject areas.

Introducing Topics – a new way to discover content

So, what is a topic? ClickView has curated and grouped related playlists, series and videos together into topics. This makes it easier to find great content to support your lessons. You can even filter a topic by year level.

We’ll be rolling out this update to all ClickView users slowly. Once enabled, you’ll notice that ClickView looks a little different.

We’ve been working hard with some very talented artists and designers to bring you a more beautiful and visually appealing ClickView.

Introducing Topics - a new way to discover educational content

ClickView - Geography Content

You’ll notice that each topic has its own custom art, specifically designed for the topic.

ClickView Topics

Playlists

We’ve also curated many playlists for you on hundreds of different topics.

ClickView Playlists

Playlists can be filtered by year level to help you find the right content for your class. To use any of ClickView’s newly created playlists, just click “Follow”.

ClickView Playlists - Adaptation and Regulation

When you follow a playlist, it will be added to your own ClickView playlists ready for you to use at any time.

ClickView Playlists - educational content

The best part? When we release new content, the playlist will automatically update, keeping you up to date with any new ClickView content.

Create a Following

We’ve noticed many librarians and ClickView administrators have been curating playlists for teachers and students to use in their schools. We’re proud to announce that any playlist you share can now be followed by the recipient.

When a student or teacher follows your playlist, it will be added to their own playlists. They can easily return to the playlist and they’ll benefit from all the new content you add.

Restoring some order

We’ve heard from many of you who have a lot of playlists that you’d like a better way to manage them.

With this release, we’ve added sorting to your playlists. You can now sort playlists by:

  • Alphabetical
  • Newest
  • Oldest
  • Most recently updated (my favourite).

Available now for secondary schools

This has been a big release for us and we’re excited to share it with schools. For now, we have just made this available for secondary schools only. We are working on releasing it for further schools soon.

Let us know

We’re so excited to share this release with you and we’d love to hear your feedback. What do you love? What else would you like to see? We welcome all your thoughts. Let us know at research@clickview.com.au.

Join the Discussion


2 comments

  1. I love your ideas. It will make sourcing resources and reusing material a lot easier. Thank you. Love the artwork and new way you have organised Clickview. Can’t wait to use it soon.

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