#TipTuesday – Curating YouTube Playlists

We’ve already looked at how to embed media into a Google Form in a previous post, but another great way to utilize videos in your class, is by curating your own YouTube playlists for easy access and sharing with students.  Here’s how:

  1. Log in to Google, if you haven’t already, and then go to YouTube –> My Channel.  Here you should see this:

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As you will notice, under your name will appear several tabs.  Click on Playlists to access this option, and then you can create a new playlist and give it a name.  Then any time you find a video you want to add to this playlist, simply scroll down just below the video, where it says “add to”:

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And then you can add it to an existing playlist, or create a new playlist to add it to.  Once you’ve added all the videos you want to your playlist, just go back to your own channel, click playlists, and then click “share”:

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For easy sharing with students.  Easy peasy!

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