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Some Very Good Video Tutorials to Help Teachers Understand How YouTube Works. November 3, 2017 Over the last few months YouTube added a number of interesting features to enhance your youTube viewing experience and enable you to create great videos using YouTube Editor.

Some Very Good Video Tutorials to Help Teachers Understand How YouTube Works

For instance, if you have recently accessed YouTube through your mobile device you will notice a new feature called Live Stream added there. Similar to Facebook live stream, YouTube live streaming allows you to connect with your audience and broadcast content live. To learn more about this feature, check out these guidelines from this page. In today’s post we are sharing with you this collection of short video tutorials created by the folks in YouTube to help you understand some of the basics of how YouTube works and some of the things you can do on it to make the best of your YouTube experience. 2- 'The Algorithm' - How YouTube Search & Discovery Works 3- Search history on YouTube 4- Recommendations on YouTube. App Kickstart Guides from Google Play for Education. Kickstart Guides are designed to build your Android app-titude for specific apps in Google Play for Education, by getting you up and running in as little as 15 minutes with videos, best practices, and much more.

App Kickstart Guides from Google Play for Education

More info about kickstart guides, including who they are for and how they might be used. Please let us know if you have any feedback. Get the app. A Step-by-Step Guide To Hosting or Joining a Twitter Chat. A few months ago we started up a new Twitter chat series, #Bufferchat.

A Step-by-Step Guide To Hosting or Joining a Twitter Chat

So far, we’ve talked about everything from productivity to social media monitoring and lots of other topics in between. These days, we have up to 185 participants each week, sending out nearly 2,000 tweets. It’s a true delight! Along the way, I’ve been learning the ins and outs of operating a Twitter chat and testing new tools and ideas to optimize our chat even further. It’s amazing how much there is to know, both for the chat host and the chat participants! iPads and iPhones for filmmaking - Learn about film. Why use iPhones and iPads for filmmaking?

iPads and iPhones for filmmaking - Learn about film

If you own an iPhone, you’ve always got a small, easy-to-use camera in your pocket. It’s great for filming in situations where other cameras would attract too much attention. Video quality can be excellent, so they’re increasingly being used for news gathering and documentary work. People have even shot feature films with them. You can edit on them, though iMovie is a bit cramped on the phone screen. The larger iPad screen is better for editing, particularly with teams or groups. OneNote for Teachers - Interactive Guides. Video library. Excellent Guides and Tutorials to Help Kids Make Engaging Educational Movies. 10 Great Tutorials to Create Interacive eBooks Using iBook Author. Are you planning to give iBooks Author a place in your classroom?

10 Great Tutorials to Create Interacive eBooks Using iBook Author

The video tutorials below will definitely give you a hand. As you know by now, iBooks Author is one of the formidable apps available in the iTunes store. It allow users to create interactive ebooks and share them with the rest of the world. The general process behind creating these interactive ebooks is pretty basic; however, there are certain features and tips teachers need to pay heed to in order to tap into its full potential. The tutorials below are made for this purpose. All of these video tutorials have been curated by DiyJourno. iPad in the Classroom – Can we make it simpler? With many educational institutions choosing to use tablets for learning, it can be quite intimidating for teachers when faced with so many applications.

iPad in the Classroom – Can we make it simpler?

The diagram below serves to illustrate that less than 20 core apps can play a significant part in the learning process and hopefully temper any trepidation. (with thanks to Greg Hughes @deepexperience1 for his ideas and input) The apps indicated serve to enhance or modify existing practice with scope to be transformational. The extent to which the learning environment can be changed is up to the educator and students. Twitter and Skype are part of many students’ lives, with immediate contact and communication a must. A PDF annotator and Skitch (with the ability to annotate images) might take a little more getting used to, but are invaluable to the educator with tablets in the classroom. Perhaps the most important collaborative tool however is GoogleDrive. How To Password Protect Your USB Stick: 3 Easy Ways.

USB thumb drives are small, portable, and can be read on any device with a USB port.

How To Password Protect Your USB Stick: 3 Easy Ways

These features make them the perfect vehicles to transport data between computers. Due to their portability, however, they are also easily lost. Thus sensitive files callired on a USB stick should always be protected. Unfortunately, you cannot simply password protect your entire USB stick, like you have password protected your Facebook account. Tools that will seriously protect your your data, all work with encryption. 1. As mentioned above, you can’t safely password protect your entire USB stick without using encryption. Many programs, including Word and Excel, allow you to save files with a password. 2.

Many tools can encrypt and password protect your data. Rohos Mini Drive, on the other hand, is a tool that will work whether or not you possess Administrator rights. A more detailed description of Rohos Mini Drive can be read in my PDF guide The Office Worker’s 101 Guide to a USB Thumb Drive. Understanding Web 2.0 Embed Codes. ManualsLib - Makes it easy to find manuals online!