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YouTube Advanced

posted Mar 4, 2015, 7:37 AM by Kris Szajner   [ updated Apr 11, 2015, 5:55 PM ]
YouTube has many features that can help you as a teacher get your students to safely manage YouTube and learn content faster. These three tips will change you from a basic user, to a power user!

Playlisting
  • When you find a video you like, click on Add to at the bottom
  • Once you select Add to, choose the playlist you like. Organize this based on content area, grade level, or however you choose
  • To see your playlists, go back to the YouTube home screen and view them under playlists. You can share a link of your playlists with students to create a learning list for them to work from.



Annotating
  • Click on My Channel

  • In the top, middle; click on Video Manager

  • You will see a list of all the videos you have published. Click on edit and select Annotations from the drop down menu

  • A new page will open. Click on add Annotation and choose what you like. Explore these options and find good fits to your classroom!

If you are still stuck, Watch: How to create YouTube Annotations


Customizing
  • While on the My Channel Tab, Click on Video Manager

  • Next, click on Edit

  • Here is a look at the dashboard



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