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Blubbr- Great Tool to Create Quizzes from YouTube Videos ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Blubbr- Great Tool to Create Quizzes from YouTube Videos ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
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YouTube now lets you correct automatic captions

An intern has developed a way of editing captions within YouTube, drastically increasing the quality of auto-generated captions across the video sharing service.

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Baking the Creative Commons Cake - Understanding Creative Commons Open Licenses

Ever wished it was easier to understand Creative Common's open licenses? Well so does Prof Randy Weasel - and luckily his good friend Dr Kooei Goose can explain it all - through the medium of baked goods.


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YouTube Testing Feature To Quiz You While You’re Watching A Video | TechCrunch

YouTube Testing Feature To Quiz You While You’re Watching A Video | TechCrunch | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it

YouTube videos may soon be getting a little more interactive. There’s now a page on the YouTube website describing a feature called “Video Questions Editor Beta,” which was spotted by the Dutch tech site WebSonic.nl.

The page itself is pretty bare-bones, but it describes the feature as a way for “multiple questions to be displayed on top of your video during playback that a viewer can answer.” So video producers can add an interactive element to their content — imagine adding little quizzes to an educational video or introducing product questions to a video ad.

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Can Anyone Catch Khan Academy? The Fate of the U in the YouTube Era

Can Anyone Catch Khan Academy? The Fate of the U in the YouTube Era | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Traditional American universities are suddenly running scared of the Internet, and for good reason.
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