Do You Use YouTube in Law Classes?

Here are some FREE tools* to improve your use of YouTube in the classroom:

Tools for removing the clutter & distractions (comments, ads, related videos, etc) from the screen:

Tools for downloading YouTube videos to use offine:

Tools for editing the videos (in addition to those built into

  • Tubechop – clip a section & share the clip
  • Splicd –  share only part of a video
  • DragOnTape – string together a series of videos
  • – clip a section & share
  • Embed Plus – start a video at any point, skips scenes & annotate
  • Watch2gether – watch a video & chat about it at the same time
  • Veengle – create compilation videos

*Please read YouTube’s terms of service before using these tools.


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