Sunday, November 29, 2015

MoocNote for video curation and notetaking



MoocNote  provides teachers with a place to store the YouTube, Google Drive, or Dropbox videos. If you teach the same subject every year and want a place to store the YouTube video that you used to explain a certain concept, this is the way to do it. You can add comments to the videos which can help you to remember how you used in class. Your notes are synced to specific times in the video, which can also be handy when lesson planning. You can easily share your video list with other teachers and your classes. A great organizational tool for the flipped classroom. 

If you're a Google user, Google's single sign-on makes it easy to create an account. Simply click on the red Google Plus button. Pick the Google account that you want to sign in with and you are automatically logged in. No need to create an account and password. 

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