This week I got an e-mail asking for a tool that could pull clips from individual YouTube videos into a single film. The best tool to make something like that happen is DragOnTape.com , a website devoted to mixing and mashing YouTube videos. The video below has a quick introduction.
If you’re interested in using YouTube in your classroom for other purposes, I’ve written a couple other posts that might have just the information you’re looking for.
- Tips for Using YouTube: an outline of the basics of using YouTube as a publishing medium for you and your students
- Teaching with YouTube: Tools that allow you to make individual clips of videos, add captions, and create a chat window to view videos with friends
- Video Resources for the Classroom: A number of websites that have reviewed many thousands of videos and picked just the right ones to use in the classroom.
If you have any additional questions about these or other tools that bring the world into your classroom, feel free to contact me.