Many YouTube users have curated relevant videos about specific subjects into playlists that you can watch on any device with a click. This article will show you how to clone a Youtube playlist into your Youtube account. This is helpful …
Vimeo, while on a smaller audience scale, has plenty of advantages over the streaming giant — especially for someone who’s looking to receive helpful feedback or showcase their work to a community of fellow filmmakers.
Lessons Worth Sharing” blaze new trail for professors and students.
These are the five tools that I recommend for creating and editing videos without installing any special software.
A wide variety of interactive videos have been created on YouTube since the Annotations tool launch in 2008. With this tool it is very easy to link from one video to another.
Wibbitz is a text-to-video platform that can automatically turn any text-based article, post or feed into a short video. Using Wibbitz almost any article, post or feed on the web can be instantly turned into a short video clip.
Chockadoc is a place to find full-length documentaries that you can watch online for free. The benefit of using Chockadoc over YouTube is the categorization of the videos. The categorization makes it easier than searching YouTube to find documentaries about …
Youtube just released a Video Questions Editor (beta). Through this editor you can setup multiple questions to be displayed on top of your video during playback that a viewer can answer.
Given this huge importance of videos in education, it becomes teachers responsibility to look for educational videos to use in the classroom.The lists below will also empower those of you who want to create their own videos and tutorials, with …
Bringing multimedia into the classroom is a great way to engage students in learning. Supplementing lessons, opening up new interests, and offering inspiration, online videos make for an incredible teaching tool.
A great list of video channels for teachers.
There are some great websites and services that take the guesswork out of finding and sorting educational video content. Here is a list of some of the curated video sites we’ve come across in our work.
The virtual teacher has arrived —thanks to digital media like video-on-demand broadcasts, or VODcasts, lectures that students would normally receive in the classroom are migrating outside of brick and mortar schools.
The folks at TED talks recently launched TED-Ed to serve the mission “of capturing and amplifying the voice of the world’s greatest teachers.” In addition to developing a library of instructional videos, they’ve just added a free set of tools …
Here are ten ways literature instructors can use YouTube in class. However, regardless of the discipline you teach you’ll likely find that YouTube has similarly appropriate resources for you.