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Using Animoto in the Classroom


Animoto is a video slide share with music.  You can upload photographs, videos, text and set this to music. Teachers can join on an education sign up.  Produce professional videos immediately.  This is a great way to showcase student work to the school and community, online as well as in the classroom. Students too can produce their own videos to support their presentations.

The following video is a 60 second introduction to Animoto.  This is followed by another video which provides a more detailed view on how to get started and how you can use the tool in the classroom.  This link will take you directly to the Animoto site.  Have fun!

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About barneyn

A teacher-librarian in training.

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4 thoughts on “Using Animoto in the Classroom

  1. I love Animoto, they even have education licenses that allows free education accounts from the teacher to the student.

    Posted by Linear Fix | April 23, 2011, 11:43 am
  2. Barney is a clever dog. Must learn lots form the family members!

    Posted by LoriM | April 24, 2011, 1:17 pm

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