You can also provide a link to the streaming media, journal or website directly.
LINK IN Canvas instructions: https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10301-415270926
Any of our streaming media videos can be embedded in Canvas.
EMBED IN Canvas instructions: https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-12691-4152724196
Sometimes embedded videos won't display correctly in Canvas so we have to prepare our students for how to deal with this issue.
As a teacher, it's probably a good idea to instruct your students on how to deal with insecure content in their browser of choice, because this happens when you least expect it, even on a secure site such as Canvas or library databases. - Paraphrased from above presentation
It's always a good idea to embed a video and also provide a link, just in case the video doesn't load properly.
See the example image below. Outlined in red is my embedded video and below it, I have included the link. This gives students the option of watching a larger version of the video and saving the link for future reference.
If you need help with any of this, please contact the library, email@example.com.