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How to embed videos into Moodle

Embedding videos that are housed on YouTube, or VideoJug or similar into Moodle, is very easy, and can be very effective as a learner tool, especially if cimbined with some other activities (e.g. some questions following the video). We have to be conscious of Copyright issues – but that is a whole new area in itself

Paul Andrews of Coleg Gwent has produced some guides on how to do this, as well as a list of some different video sharing sources.



3 Responses

  1. Lot of good video tutorials about Moodle can be found here http://www.moodletutorials.org/index.php

  2. Just to let you know that both of the above links don’t work.

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