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posted Mar 25, 2013, 11:49 AM by Betsy Hood   [ updated Mar 25, 2013, 12:21 PM ]
Want to create a quick video for your class?  In the Quick Video maker, choose a scene template (includes choice of characters and accents) and, using the text to speech feature, simply type in the dialogue (or if you have a mic and more time, you can record your voice for the audio).  Go!Animate will publish your video in just a couple minutes and then email it out, export to YouTube or embed it into your site.  Teachers and students could use this tool to explain a classroom concept; recite a historical speech; summarize key findings in a science experiment; or, explain how to solve a math problem.  If you are looking for a way to be creative with content, but don't want the hassle of producing a major multimedia program, Go!Animate Quick Video maker might be a good choice (you can get more in depth if you use the .  Just remember to make your video private - it's public by default.
Check out the sample Go!Animate video below.  This literally only took 10 minutes to create, publish and embed on this site.

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