Answered By: Shelley Peschel
Last Updated: Aug 03, 2018     Views: 11

This is due to the requirement of some web browsers, that all websites upgrade to a secure website, and a warning will automatically appear if they are not. While it is still safe to proceed and view any Films on Demand Video, many people are alarmed by this warning.

Our current vendors are in the process of migrating to a new server, so until the migration is done, this error may appear. However, there is an easy work around.

If the URL for the video begins with "https://" you can just delete the "s" so it begins with "http://"

If you don't feel comfortable making this change, you can email Shelley Peschel at peschels@matc.edu and we will make the change for you.

See the Linking/Embedding Resources in Blackboard guide for more information and updates.