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Add Quizzes & Notes to Video

If you’re looking for a free, easy-to-use web-based tool that will add quizzes, notes or images to YouTube or Vimeo videos, then Zaption is for you. Both teachers and students will like its easy interface and sharing tools.

Zaption: interactive videoTo use Zaption, all you do is upload a video then drag and drop quizzes, images, notes and more to any point in the video. Actually, you don’t even have to upload anything if you’d rather not because Zaption also has a gallery of video tours you can use. So simple you can have a finished product ready to go within 10-15 minutes.

To get started, go to zaption.com and register for a free account (or a paid account with more features). Next click on “New Tour” (videos are called tours), upload a video and get going. If you want, you can trim the video to the length you want or you can just insert a quiz or two. Get help from the Zaption Help Center, including this 4-minute how to get started video:

 

More Tools

Interested in more interactive quiz tools?

FlipQuiz — Create Jeopardy-style quizzes. Great for exam review!

PBS Learning Media — gives you a choice to 1) upload a video then add text slides to create a story board or 2) create an online quiz mixed with slides.

LessonPaths — allows you to create a step-by-step lesson for student. You can include quizzes along with uploaded video, images, pdfs and more. See an example here.TedEd Create a Lesson

TedEd — helps you build a lesson around an existing TED Talk, TedEd or YouTube video by adding quizzes and notes.

Even More…

None of these working for you? Ask me for more ideas or look here! Have some suggestions? I’d love to hear them–please add them in a comment.

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