How to Print a YouTube Video – Storyboard Bookmarklet

The other day I came across a web app that allowed users to print GIF animations as flipbooks. The site – gifprint.com – isn’t working anymore but the idea is nonetheless interesting. The app extracts all the image frames of the animated GIF, arranges the individual frames in sequence, like a contact sheet, and then […]

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Handy, Overlooked YouTube Features – Free Tech 4 Teachers

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YouTube offers a bunch of handy editing tools that often go overlooked by users. One of those is the option to rotate videos that have been shot in vertical mode when they should have been shot horizontally. Source: Free Technology for Teachers: Handy, Overlooked YouTube Features A great video showing off these YouTube features. […]

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Google Spaces, Design Thinking, and Youtube slideshows

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Top three for the week Google Spaces is a new way to collaborate and share resources An interesting take on small group collaboration The Beginner’s Guide to Design Thinking in the Classroom – A.J. JULIANI Getting started with design thinking in the classroom Create a slideshow of your Google Photos with Youtube Create slideshows in […]

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Create a slideshow of your Google Photos with Youtube

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Google Photos is a great place to store your school photos, especially if you are a Google Apps for Education school since you will have unlimited space for those photos. Your photos can be used in Google Drive documents, but a lot of teachers like to create slideshows of their photos. Google doesn’t offer a […]

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