Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – A Registration-free Video Editor

One of the challenges associated with using many web-based tools is that they require students to register for accounts or require teachers to manage their students’ accounts. The process of registering and then remembering user names can take up a lot of instructional time. Therefore, whenever it is possible, I try to use tools that don’t require registration. One example of this is found in the Stupeflix video creator which does not require users to register. It is just as versatile as the popular Animoto video creator. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to make a video on Stupeflix.

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