Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Creating Playlists–YouTube 101

Playlists are a great way to organize a series of videos for use during a classroom lesson.  Playlists allow you to play one video right after another, so you don’t have to waste classroom time searching, or prep time bookmarking, etc.  When you’re done, a unique URL (or “Web address”) is generates, so you can simply email it to yourself and be ready to go for tomorrow’s lesson!

Watch the video below to see how playlists work, and learn how to create your own playlists for your lessons.

YouTube 101: Creating Playlists

No comments:

Post a Comment

Your Comments will be held for moderation, just to help avoid that ever-present spam. Check back to see your Comment posted in a couple days, please.

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Read the latest post!


Shift-Z is one of my favorite keyboard Shortcuts! Shift-Z allows you to save almost any file into multiple folders in Google Drive.  Check...

What are people reading on this blog?