Apple in Business
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Apple in Business
Apple used to lag behind in the general business community - but it's changing.
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WeVideo for YouTube

WeVideo is an easy to use, yet slick and effective browser-based video editing platform that lets you share and collaborate with others, it is available as  a YouTube plugin at  http://youtube.com/create  -  choose the WeVideo  editor

 

See also http://www.wevideo.com/ where it is available in 'free' and 'paid-for' versions.


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YouTube for Schools - YouTube

YouTube for Schools - YouTube | Apple in Business | Scoop.it

You Tube has just launched YouTube for schools which schools can sign up to using their School Google account.

 

The service will allow schools to access content from  YouTube Edu that can can be futher filtered by "adminstrators."  This is designed to facilitate "safe viewing" and I am sure it will be welcomed by many schools worldwide.

 

Whilst welcoming YouTube's proactive engagement with education; I also  have some  reservations about this service / You Tube Edu does not host the only good educational content available on YouTube I think it focuses too heavily on 'subjects' and grades rather than the interconnectedness of knowledge.  Also the feature to restrict videos to within an institution seems contrary to the open nature of the Internet.

 

On a positive note it will perhaps enable those schools where YouTube has been foolishly 'banned' to benefit from the wonderful video ecosystem that is YouTube.


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YouTube reinvents itself with massive relaunch

YouTube reinvents itself with massive relaunch | Apple in Business | Scoop.it

YouTube http://www.youtube.com/ has implemented a complete redesign of its site, it is engineered to integrate closeley with G+ and  social media. As well as changes to the the look and feel such as a soft grey background, there is a greater emphasis on channels and a recognises the growing importance of curation.

 

It will be interesting  to see the reaction and how it will be used. Having looked at it briefly it is time to take  a closer look.


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