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Sometimes the best way to say something is actually to show something. A GIF is a moving picture. Unlike a movie (mp4 or MOV), a GIF will play over and over without the need to press play. Click here for a tutorial on how to make a GIF in WeVideo.

 

Cool, but how would I use this?


Ways to use a GIF

 

Showing students where to click or how to submit something on canvas:

Remind students of something, or send a quick message.

 

Or

 

Making flash cards.

 

STUDENT ANNOTATIONS IN CANVAS

 

There is a new submission type in Canvas called Student Annotation. Teachers are now able to add “student annotation” as a submission type for all assignments. This enables students to annotate .pdf documents that teachers choose using fully native and functional Canvas tools (for example, “missing” and “late” statuses will be automatically applied for assignments with due dates). Here’s a quick video detailing how to set up an assignment.

 

What will happen to my Canvas Course?

 

Wondering what to expect in your Canvas courses as the end of the school year approaches? Have no fear! We have you covered! Take a look at this End of Year Guide for Canvas written by our Canvas Team. 

 

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Alan explains the basics of Screencastify, an easy-to-use app that allows you to record your screen while demonstrating lessons to students.

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Looking for a great way to record some quick messages and lessons for your students. There are a few options available.

WeVideo is an excellent choice for recording. First teachers will need to set up an account. Go here and follow the directions.

WeVideo is an excellent cloud-based video editor that can also be used to record your screen and webcam. One of its greatest advantages is that it records on a Chromebook. It doesn't record system audio or sound from your device.

 

 

Another option is OBS. The Open Broadcaster Software is an excellent way to record your screen with some advance audio options. It does need to be installed on Windows, Macs, or Linux. OBS does record system audio from your computer.

 

With many extra features including an audio mixer, there's little you can record. Once recorded you can then import the recording into your favorite video editor.

obs audio mixer

Another option is Screencastify. It's a great browser-based recording tool that works on Chromebooks but has limited editing capabilities.

  

 

Posting your finished video on YouTube is a great option.

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WeVideo is a powerful, cloud-based video editing tool that will boost your creativity and engage your students. Work on projects on the go on your Chromebook. 

 

Follow the links to set up accounts:

ACCOUNTS FOR TEACHERS

ACCOUNTS FOR STUDENTS

 

Tutorials and Training

How to do a screen/webcam recording

Working with Projects

 

For more training go to the WeVideo Academy

 

 

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WeVideo is a powerful, cloud-based video editing tool that will boost your creativity and engage your students. Work on projects on the go on your Chromebook. 

Click the logo below to join WeVideo

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You will then click on the JOIN WITH A NEW ACCOUNT.

Join with a new account

Next, click on the sign up with Google.

WeVideo Google Sign up

Now if you are signed in to Google on your browser it will verify your account and ask for permissions. If not, you will log in here.

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Click through the account and welcome screens.

After logging in you should see your Dashboard that looks similar to this:

WeVideo Dashboard

If you see anything that says "Free account" or you need to enter a code. Please let your teacher know.

 

 

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WeVideo is a powerful, cloud-based video editing tool that will boost your creativity and engage your students. Work on projects on the go on your Chromebook. 

Click the logo below to join WeVideo

wv logo transparent

You will then click on the JOIN WITH A NEW ACCOUNT.

Join with a new account

Next, click on the sign up with Google.

WeVideo Google Sign up

Now if you are signed into Google on your browser it will verify your account and ask for permissions. If not, you will log in here.

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After logging in you should see your Dashboard that looks similar to this:

WeVideo Dashboard

If you see anything that says "Free account" or you need to enter a code. Please contact Ryan

If you would like to have your students use WeVideo, please use this Student Setup Link. The above link is for teachers only!

 

 

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