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Videos

Page history last edited by Kyla Schooling 8 years, 3 months ago

Locate a variety of videos using these resources:

 

ProtectedDiscovery Streaming (no account? check with Ms. Nichols or IMS Aide for the passcode)

 

Easy Ways for Students to Create Videos Online

 

Futures Channel (Real math and science videos that connects learning to the real world)

 

Kids' Vid- Instructions on how-to use video production in the classroom

 

NeoK12 (Educational videos for students)

 

Teacher Tube

 

 

Public Domain Video Clips

 

FedFlix Internet Archive - a collection of 2000 films produced by the US government during the 20th Century with topics from presidential speeches to publich health, some are instructional and others are informative, it also has propagando films. These are in public domain to use freely. 

 

Create Videos using one of these:

 

Animoto - create a movie using their software (upload images and music; short video uploads allowed and software transitions on its own)

 

Xtranormal - Use text and create a movie

 

Video Converters:

 

Keepvid (allows you to download educational youtube videos at home, change the format to show at school)

 

Online Converter - convert media fast and free

 

Prism Video Converter Plus - uploads mp4 video files and converts to .avi or .wmv for use in Moviemaker

 

Zamzar - converts various files

 

 

 

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