Vibby - A Great Video Resource For Educators

Are you one of those educators who struggles to focus on a part of the video and has to go through the pain of watching the whole video again and again?

Are you an educator who loves integrating videos in your lessons to keep the engagement in flow?

Do you face the problem of showing full lengthy videos in classroom even though you only need to show a part of the video?

Then you may find Vibby as your savior!

A tool that allows educators to more seamlessly integrate video into their lessons. Vibby is the simplest way to repurpose existing video for the classroom and other educational environments. It’s free, easy-to-use, and powerful.

Register and login to your Vibby account to create engaging “Vibs” that can add so much more to your classrooms.

User can create great Vibs (the segmented video) from existing videos from YouTube according to the requirement. Drag the URL’s of YouTube videos and paste them to Vibby editor to cut short the segment you want. It can be used to highlight, discuss, and share the best parts of any video. Break the parts of lengthy videos that are important to you and demand your focus. Highlight the section and add comment or put questions for the convenience. Directly share the Vibs that you create across the social media or embed on your blog.

To see more such Vibs, click here.

Features/Advantages of Vibby:

  •        Quick and easy to use.
  •        Get multiple features like highlighting, adding comment.
  •        Share directly across social media.
  •        Embed videos on other websites or blogs.
  •        Seek attention only on the important part of the video.

Vibby can be of great use in classrooms to show only what needs to be seen by the students. Try Vibby and share your experience with us in the comment section below.  

About the Author
Author: Priyanka Gupta
Priyanka is a blogger by profession and has an increasing interest to write about the edtech space. While writing she keeps in mind the educators to come up with right resources and ideas which might be relevant for them in relation to effective use of technology in their profession and institutions/classrooms.
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