Take notes that are link back to the appropriate place in the videos and are collected into one central place.
|Scooped by John Dalziel|
John Dalziel's insight:
MoocNote is another free tool for adding time-stamped comments, questions, and links to videos.
To do this on MoocNote users simply...
► Import - paste a link to a YouTube video into the MoocNote editor;
Once the video is imported users can start to add their...
► questions, and
The link features is particularly useful for providing learners with additional resources for learning about the topics covered in the shared videos.
Learners can then...
► Take Notes - that link back to the appropriate place in the videos
► Access- Check notes anytime, anywhere. .
MoocNote also allows users to organise playlists (MoocNote calls them courses) of videos according to topics that users identify.
MoocNote could be a good tool for Further, Adult & Community Education and Skills (#FACEandS) who want to organise playlists of videos for their learners and add some clarifying information to those videos.
Practitioners could also have learners use MoocNote to annotate videos to demonstrate an understanding of the topic at hand.