The John L. Zoph Library at Junípero Serra High School

WeVideo’s new “Resources for Educators” page

Colleagues, earlier this year Rushton Hurley introduced several of us to WeVideo, an online video editing application that is accessible and easy to use.  Within one lunch period he had us producing our own short videos!

WeVideo has recently announced a new “Resources for Educators” page, where they will post videos, lesson plans and tutorials for educators looking to use the video editor for their own lessons or for student projects.  It is still a bit lean in content, but we’ll keep an eye on it for greater development.  Check it out here.

Here’s a sample:

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