Using a video on your page can really help bring content to life. You can add multiple videos to your pages using the video - three column content type.

Here is a live example

A selection of Imperials favourite videos

In a spin
A gap year experience in the Gambia
Professor Eric Laithwaite gives a demonstration of a large gyro wheel

Give it a try 

1. Add a video - three column content type to the relevant page in your site structure. (Find out how to add a content type to a section).

2. When you open your new video - three column, a form with a number of fields will appear. Each of these fields relates to the components of your video row, fill in the form, see example below:

Field title What should I do? Is it compulsory?
Name* Name the block and give it a concise description e.g. video row - favourite videos Yes

Block Title*

This title will be shown above the entire video block, if switched on with the field below. Otherwise it will be an 'invisible' screenreader only heading and will ensure your page has a H2

Yes

(Yes - as screen reader heading)

Show title?

Ticking this box will make the heading show to all users, not just screenreaders.

No
Video 1 URL *

Paste in the URL of your video - Supported iMedia (College video), YouTube, Vimeo, Panopto

Yes
Video 1 description *

Add a description of the video, this is an 'invisible' screenreader only heading for accessibility

Yes

Video 2 URL Paste in the URL of your video - Supported iMedia (College video), YouTube, Vimeo, Panopto No
Video 2 description Add a description of the video, this is an 'invisible' screenreader only heading for accessibility Yes -If you have added a video 2 URL
Video 3 URL Paste in the URL of your video - Supported iMedia (College video), YouTube, Vimeo, Panopto No
Video 3 description Add a description of the video, this is an 'invisible' screenreader only heading for accessibility Yes - If you have added a video 3 URL
Stack with previous? Tick this box if you wish to add this row underneath a row thta is already on your page. No

NB: You can add another row of three to make a block of six videos on a page.

3. Click Add & Approve to save.