Youtube has become one of my primary sources of information; if I want to find out how to do something - how to change a tyre, how to fix my iPhone etc, Youtube has the answer. Increasingly, students are making the same choice - bypassing Google to find cheats for Minecraft and other such things. Even in class, Youtube often has the perfect clip within a longer video.
Below are some essential resources to support your use of Youtube
Safeshare is a great way to blank out all the extra stuff around the video - like the comments and the video suggestions. Just paste think into Safeshare and you are done :)
Keeptube allows you to download Youtube clips. This is especially useful in an unreliable internet connection OR if you want to reuse in your own video - after correctly citing your sources of course...! :)
Tubechop means that you can select the best bit from a Youtube video and create a link to that part - perfect for removing all the bad bits!
Hello, I am Tony Potts, Primary Assistant Principal at the American International School of Lusaka, Zambia. Please feel free to ask me ANY questions...
I was previously a tech integration specialist, ManageBac Coordinator, iPad Coach & ICT/MYP Design Teacher in the same school and before this I was the PK-12 Director of Digital Learning, ICT Coordinator, teacher and technology integration specialist at GEMS World Academy, Dubai.
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