Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Share Videos Through Google Drive

If you’re trying the flipped classroom model and looking for a good way to distribute videos to your students, consider using Google Drive to share your videos. To share videos through Google Drive upload them to your Google Drive account, preview them, then share by using the sharing options at the top of the preview screen. The sharing options in Google Drive allow you specify who can access the video. The screenshots below outline the process. (Click the images to view them in full size).

Step 1: Upload your video to Google Drive.

video 1

Step 2: Select your uploaded video.

video 2

Step 3: Click the share button.

video 3

Step 4: Choose your sharing options.

video 4

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