Back in March I reviewed a neat multimedia presentation tool called Soo Meta. Soo Meta allows you to combine videos from YouTube, pictures from the
web or from your desktop, text, and voice recordings to create a
presentation. Yesterday, I learned that Soo Meta now allows you to insert a quiz into your projects. This means that people viewing your Soo Meta projects can watch a short video clip then answer questions about it before moving onto the next part of the presentation. Watch the sample below.
Applications for Education
Soo Meta could be a good tool for creating short flipped lessons for your students.
You could have students create projects in which they create book
trailers using video clips, images, and their voices. Students could use
Soo Meta to create a digital collage of media around a current events
topic that they’re studying. Soo Meta might also be used by students to
create a showcase of their best digital works of the semester.