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Earlier this week I wrote about viewpure.com and I am genuinely pretty impressed with what this service does. Above is a quick video showing it in action and how you can customize YouTube videos of your own choice to … Continue reading
Let me lay out a scenario and see if you can relate to it. You have found a great YouTube video (like the one below :)). You want to show it to your class. It has a great explanation, it … Continue reading
You can create connections between apps/products that you love to make them work more efficiently for you – if this… then that happens Continue reading
Yep, this is a thing. If your school is Google Apps for Education and you guys leverage the huge power of YouTube in your teaching then maybe you have fallen victim to the YouTube Safety Mode automatically being turned on. … Continue reading
In mainland China Youtube is blocked. Some people and schools pay for VPNs to have a slow and throttled Youtube experience. I suppose if core curriculum content is coming from a third-party source that is being hosted on Youtube, there … Continue reading
A few teachers want to do a video quiz show and were looking at ways to try and figure out an easy way to put it together and manage. My colleague had about blubber.tv which takes YouTube videos and lets … Continue reading
Many educators (myself included) have enjoyed using http://www.zamzar.com to download and convert YouTube videos for our classes. It was easy, reliable and it didn’t matter what browser or platform you were using. In other words, it was a great way … Continue reading
Well another month is coming to a close and we got some great apps to sum up for you. So, while you’re watching the Final Four (go Bucks) and need a little something to do during halftime or commercials, reach … Continue reading