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web restrictions in Hertfordshire

Discussion in 'Primary' started by sadandconfused, May 1, 2011.

  1. does anyone know if you can access google videos in schools in Hertfordshire? I need a clip from "Stomp out loud" and have lost my video and can't think of any other way to watch it without purchasing a dvd - and I'm teaching the lesson on Tuesday!
     
  2. does anyone know if you can access google videos in schools in Hertfordshire? I need a clip from "Stomp out loud" and have lost my video and can't think of any other way to watch it without purchasing a dvd - and I'm teaching the lesson on Tuesday!
     
  3. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    If you're wanting to watch one that originates from youtube, then you are unlikely to be able to watch it. Schools in Herts that I've worked in don't have access to youtube and google videos connect to youtube if that's their original source - I think - others may know better!
     
  4. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    However if the clip is from you tube, you can save it using keep vid, which will then play in class. Google 'keep vid' and go from there. It is fairly simple to do.
     
  5. thanks for quick responses!
    Don't think it originates from youtube - I googled "stomp" and got a google video. However I'm going to try minnie's idea just in case! Thanks again
     
  6. and of course there shouldn't be an apostrophe for its...[​IMG]
     
  7. its <u>not </u>it's
     

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