Due to an injury and some pressing personal matters requiring my attention, posts for the rest of the week will be favorites from the archive.
Making videos is one of my favorite digital media projects to do with students and teachers. Chromebook users aren’t able to access iMovie, Final Cut, and some of the full-fledged video production tools that you’ll find for desktops. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some good alternative options available. In the handout embedded below I highlight twelve good options for creating videos on Chromebooks.
Please note that if your school blocks Box.com you won’t be able to see the PDF.
You can learn lots of ways to use Chromebooks in your classroom during the Practical Ed Tech Chromebook Camp this July. Register this month and you’ll save $50 on the registration cost.