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Loom enables you to create shareable video messages.
You can use this tool to record in a number of ways. You can record your camera, your microphone and your screen all at the same time or you can limit it to just your camera or just your screen.
Once your video is created it is then ready to share. You can do this by entering someone´s email address, sharing on social media like Twitter LinkedIn or Facebook, or embedding it.
There is alo ¨Loom for Education” which offers unlimited free recording and premium features to qualified educators for free. This means that you can take full advantage of the service and can use the tool to
To access this offer first you need to set up a free account using your school email address and then get verified which can take a few days.
You can record videos which contain both the screen and a camera bubble so that you can also be seen. Alternatively you can record just your voice narrating what is on the screen or just you talking directly to the camera.
You can edit your Loom videos within the tool. You are able to trim content, add buttons, or shorten clips. You can also combine videos.
Once you have made your video you will have the option to read the transcription. You can also add timestamps to this so that it is easier to follow.
Once you have created your video you have different options for who can see it. You can decide that anyone with the link can see it, that members in Loom can see it, or that only the specific people that you add can view it.
This allows you to see who has watched your video. If the person is logged into Loom when they watch it their name will show up. For those not logged in or those without an account, they will show up as anonymous.
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Privacy and security politics
Competencies improved using this tool
- Organisational communication
- Digital continous professional development
- Creating and modifying digital resources
- Managing, protecting and sharing digital resources
TEACHING AND LEARNING
Soft skills for digital tutors