Net Texts Introduces Video Collections
NEW YORK–Net Texts has added collections of educational videos from the YouTube Education channel and providers such as the History Channel and PBS.
To create the collections, Net Texts’ content researchers reviewed hundreds of YouTube Education channel videos and video collections, and selected those they believe teachers will find most valuable. For ease of use, Net Texts organized the videos by author, and tagged them by subject and grade level.
Teachers can also search for collections from particular networks and programs. For example, a new collection of History Channel videos features famous speeches spanning 21 topics, from history to sports to entertainment to science and technology. A new PBS collection features full-length videos from the American Masters, American Experience, and Nature series, along with related course materials.
The debut of the video collections follows on the heels of the fall release of Net Texts’ OER Textbook Replacement Courses. Like the video collections, the OER Textbook Replacement Courses help simplify the world of open educational resources (OER) with ready-made courses for math, science, social studies, and English for grades 6-12.
Net Texts is a free, web-based system that provides teachers access to a library of high quality OER content, which they can combine with their own resources to create and publish lessons directly to students’ iPads, Android tablets, or computers. More than just a content management system, Net Texts is a powerful teaching and learning tool that helps schools maximize their investments in tablets and 1:1 computing initiatives, while improving teaching and learning.
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