Alternatives to YouTube

Alterantives to YouTubeRichard Byrne runs an amazing wesbite called “Free Technology for Teachers.” I cannot say enough good things about it. The site is updated daily with all sorts of great resources that teachers can use in the classroom for free!

I love how he maintains a list of alternatives to YouTube.

There are certain school boards and districts that have blocked YouTube entirely. There are all sorts of ways around this problem, however. In the past, I’ve to downloaded videos on my home computer, saved them to a thumb drive, and then brought them to school. I have uploaded videos to my own site and accessed them that way at school too.

Having streaming alternatives to YouTube is certainly handy. I am not going to link to any of them here, Instead, I am just going to direct you to Free Technology for Teachers because it is a reliable site that is absolutely invaluable to teachers everywhere!

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2 thoughts on “Alternatives to YouTube

  1. That is a great list of alternatives to YouTube for educational materials.

    Here is a list of alternatives to YouTube with a different scope i.e. video sharing websites that let people search, upload, and watch online streaming videos.

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