The INTELECOM Online Resources Network® represents a best-in-class electronic resource for enhancing teaching and learning with professionally-produced academic and career video.

Increase student persistence rates in online classes.
Augment classroom lectures and presentations.
Support "flipped classroom" and scaffolded instruction.
Provoke discussion and increase engagement.
Improve retention of key concepts and ideas.
Address visual and auditory learning styles.


The INTELECOM Online Resources Network® incorporates innovative search, preview, publishing, and administrative tools that are simple and easy to use.
7,000+ curriculum-aligned video lessons and clips in more than 40 subjects.
Innovative browse pre-organizes content by discipline, course and topic.
Support for IP, remote or proxy, and referring URL authentication Database Stanza.
Permanent video URLs and embeddable video players.
100% closed-captioned video for hearing-impaired learners.*
Compatible with leading CMS / LMS (e.g. Canvas, Blackboard, Desire2Learn, Moodle).
H.264 video for playback on both iOS and Android devices.
Customizable MARC records in AACR2 format.
Web video citations in a choice of formats: APA, MLA, Chicago Manual of Style.
On-demand report generator for tracking usage by discipline and by clip.
Media search integration with SoftChalk
Free Building Block for Blackboard users. Download here.


Enhancing access for all students has been and remains an essential design aspect of the INTELECOM Online Resources Network®.
Accessibilty statement
Voluntary Product Accessibility Template


With a subscription to the INTELECOM Online Resources Network®, faculty, administrators, librarians, and students will have 24/7 access to comprehensive databases of academic and career video.

Tiered pricing based on institutional FTES.
Perpetual use and local storage rights available.
Discount options for districts and library consortia.
INTELECOM is a SERU participant.

Intelecom Learning gratefully acknowledges College of the Canyons/DECT for its support of captioning and transcription as a means of enhancing access for all students.