If you have access to the Internet, you can watch the course videos using streaming video.
What does streaming video mean?
Streaming Video is a way of transmitting video content over the internet.
ITV streams certain supplemental videos over the internet for students' benefit. Only students who are enrolled in an ITV class that uses these videos may access them as long as they are using a computer that meets the streaming video requirements listed below.
To view the streaming media at ITV's Website at NO CHARGE:
1. You must be currently enrolled in an ITV class.
2. You must have a good internet connection.
3. You must have the latest Quicktime Player
(version 7 or higher) installed on your computer.
4. You must use a 32 bit browser. Approved browsers are Firefox , and Internet Explorer 32 bit .
Windows 7 and Vista64 bit have a 64 bit version of Internet Explorer.
Video size: 320 x 240, Video Bit Rate: 112 Kbps
Click Here to Test Your Computer
5. You must login using your password.
FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE ALREADY TAKEN ITV COURSES:
Username: first two digits of your first name, first two digits of your last name and last 5 digits of your Student ID.
Password: Month and Day of your birthdate in MMDD format.
FOR NEW STUDENTS TO THE LA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT, THE FORMAT ABOVE WILL NOT WORK. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR INSTRUCTOR FOR A GUEST USERNAME/PASSWORD TO BE ABLE TO ACCESS YOUR CLASS VIDEOS.
When you are ready to proceed to the ITV login window click here.