A Good Video Annotating Tool for Teachers and Students
MoocNote is a new web tool ideal for flipped classrooms. Using MoocNote, you will be able to build your own video library by importing videos from YouTube, Dropbox, or Google Drive. You can also use MoocNote’s video plater interface to add notes to your videos. All of your notes link back to the appropriate place in the videos and are collected into one central place which you can access anytime, anywhere.
Another interesting feature provided by MoocNote is the ability to create discussions around video content by adding questions to your videos. You can attach questions to any video you import and get answers from the community. MoocNote is a bit similar to videonot.es but offers some additional features like building complete course catalogs, GoogleDrive and Dropbox support, public questions and answers, YouTube playlist import, centralised notes and so on. The site offers only free membership.
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