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JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint
JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint
JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint
JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint
JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint
JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint
JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint
JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint
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JMU training on adding YouTube content to PowerPoint

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How to embed YouTube video into PowerPoint. Presentation by Dr. Jeffrey Getchell.

How to embed YouTube video into PowerPoint. Presentation by Dr. Jeffrey Getchell.

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  • 1. Adding YouTube Videos to PowerPoint
    A training for
    James Madison University
    faculty and staff
    Jeffrey Getchell, Ed.D.
    June 24, 2010
  • 2. Workshop outcomes
    After successful workshop completion, you will be able to:
    • Insert a Flash object into a PowerPoint slide;
    • 3. Embed a YouTube URL into the Flash object;
    • 4. Adjust the Flash object properties for proper playback;
    • 5. Adjust the URL for proper display;
    • 6. Describe how to use YouTube Edu videos in the classroom.
  • #1
    Open a PowerPoint presentation and select a slide, or create a new slide.
    #2
    Click the Developer tab. If it isn't showing, click the Office button in the top left, click PowerPoint Options, click the Popular tab, and ensure the Show Developer Tab in the Ribbon box is checked.
    Steps
  • 7. #3
    Under the Controls tab, click the More Controls icon. Scroll down to where it says "Shockwave Flash Object" and click OK.
    #4
    On the PowerPoint slide, draw a box the approximate size you want. No need to get the exact dimensions.
    Steps
  • 8. #5
    Next, select your YouTube Edu video. Go to http://www.youtube.com/edu. Find your video and copy the URL from the Address bar.
    #6
    Return to PowerPoint and right click the box you created in Step 4, then click Properties.
    #7
    Paste the URL into the box labeled “Movie”.
    Steps
  • 9. #8
    Next, make the following additional changes
    In the URL, delete < watch? >
    In the URL, replace < = > with < / >
    Loop
    False for single play
    True for loop
    Playing
    False to have movie play on mouse click
    True to have movie play automatically
    Steps
  • 10. #9
    Close the Properties box and test your movie.
    Steps
  • 11. Uses of YouTube/Eduin the Classroom
    Supplemental content
    Noteworthy speeches
    Noted lecturers
    Multi-disciplinary digital repository
    Can assist in understanding complex processes
    Free and easy to incorporate
    Other??????

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