Chrome: Whether you are watching your favourite scene or viewing a lecture, there are times when you need YouTube to repeat a certain part of a video. Looper for YouTube is a new extension that lets you do this easily.
theo kuechel's insight:
I've just added this extension and it is very useful - well for certain tasks anyway such as learning a guitar solo - or watching a dynamic process that are short lived, for example; the explosive demolition of a building. I think ther is a lot of potential for both individual and group or class work. For more analytical learrning that requires a response then VideoNote.es might be worth looking at.
Now if there was an export feature or embed code for the loop that would be excellent. I would would welcome comments from from educators on how or if they might use/ have used this tool.
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