One can make clips and playlists in all of the streaming databases subscribed to by the College of Charleston (Alexander Street, Films on Demand, Kanopy)
Consider flipping the assignment and having students watch for homework and use class time for a discussion. Remember that flipping the classroom can be a little bit of time up front (you must plan ahead), but it's well worth it for the class discussion that follows. A note: your TLT rep can help you create a lesson plan for a class discussion!
If the film has clips on YouTube, consider putting together a quick assessment using Edpuzzle or Kaltura:
*Contact your TLT rep or email@example.com to get started with these options!
For more information, see Zoom's knowledge base for details about share settings.
And remember: if you have issues, try updating your Zoom app to see if that helps. And note: if you are on a classroom computer, Zoom does go into "deep freeze." To fix this, you'll need to contact IT update Zoom on your classroom computer before you show your clip (AKA - PLAN AHEAD).
VLC Media Player will play a DVD on Zoom! However, watching a full movie on Zoom is not always an enjoyable experience due to bandwidth, connectivity, etc.