Jan 13, 2020
You can share the files and folders that you store in Google Drive with anyone.
When you share from Google Drive, you can control whether people can edit, comment on, or only view the file.
Jennifer Conti (Ohio) -- Listened to episode on YouTube. YouTube Audio Library. They have a live studio where they do announcements. Lesson yesterday: students go into audio library and pull out sound effects or audio clips that they could use on “Good Morning Mustangs”. Found sound effects for weather and for bells ringing for all-school mass. Came in handy and was able to use it right away! (FYI - GTT uses the “Cockpit” audio for our podcast)
Kathy Hilby (Wisconsin) (YouTube
live for schools) -- Great
episode on YouTube tips and tricks! Some questions that arose
while listening… Do you know if schools are using YouTube Live to
share concerts or performances? Not having used it myself,
I'm wondering if it would be appropriate.
Check out Streamyard.com
Finally, not necessarily a question but more of a comment. The tip to insert videos in Google Slides to avoid the "suggested videos" is great! I'm wondering if this could be an efficient way for teachers to organize videos instead of using a playlist. It allows notes about the video to be added in the speaker notes. Plus, the presentation could be easily shared among grade level team members so they could add videos they find too.