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  1. page Embed Video edited {video1.gif} Embedding video allows it to be played from a site, but it is not loaded on the …

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    Embedding video allows it to be played from a site, but it is not loaded on the site saving you file space.
    How to Embed Video:
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  3. page Embed Video edited Embedding video allows it to be played from a site, but it is not loaded on the site saving you …

    Embedding video allows it to be played from a site, but it is not loaded on the site saving you file space.
    How to Embed Video:
    Find the embed code:
    Go to the TeacherTube or YouTube video you want to embed.
    Scroll down the page until you see the code labeled ”Embeddable” on the right side of screen.
    In YouTube, click on the circular widget at the end of the code box to customize the code. You can change the color of the player and disable the suggested related videos that launch after the video plays.
    Highlight that code and press “Ctrl C”
    Paste the code into the widget using the steps according to the specific blog or wiki.
    CAUTION: When embedding videos from YouTube, etc. After the video is played it suggests other videos to watch which may or may not be appropriate for students. You can disable this feature by using a customized code and following the directions below.
    Embedding video on **Blogger**:
    Open a new post.
    Click on the "Edit HTML" tab at the top left corner of the text box.
    Paste the embed code into the text box at the location you want the video to appear.
    Click "Publish Post" or click on the "Compose" tab to continue typing text.
    Video Sources
    YouTube
    TeacherTube
    SchoolTube
    (From http://web2point0playground.pbworks.com/Embed-Video)

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Tuesday, August 18

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  2. page Privacy and Permissions edited {privacy.gif} permissions By default, your blog is completely public, and can be read by anyon…
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    permissions
    By default, your blog is completely public, and can be read by anyone on the internet. However, if you want to keep it private, you can do that, too. You cna change these settings on the Settings | Permissions tab.
    Under the 'Blog Readers' heading, you'll probably see 'Anybody' selected as the default. When you change this to 'Only readers I choose,' you'll get an Add Readers button.
    Click the Add Readers button and then enter the email address of a person to whom you'd like to grant access to your blog. To add multiple people, separate their addresses with commas.
    For each address entered, the Google Account associated with that address will be given access to view your blog. If an address is not associated with an account, that person will receive an invitation email with a link allowing them do one of three things:
    Sign in to an existing account.
    Create a new account.
    View your blog as a guest (no account required).
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Friday, August 14

  1. page Getting Started edited {getting_started.gif} 1. Sign into Blogger in the upper-right hand corner of the screen with you…
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    1. Sign into Blogger in the upper-right hand corner of the screen with your Google account username and password.
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    2. From the dashboard, click Create Your Blog Now.
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