If you are reading this you likely have just been approved as a SchoolTube moderator or are interested in becoming a SchoolTube moderator. Moderators are the backbone of SchoolTube, they act to keep our system safe for student and in-school viewing. Moderators generally are K12 teachers, media specialists, librarians, principals, technology coordinators or others at a school who are involved with video production. On SchoolTube, the role of the moderator is to review videos posted by others, primarily their students’ and to add identifying information to help others find the videos on our system. Note: Videos created by moderators and posted to SchoolTube do not require additional approval, they are auto-approved as coming from a trusted source.
We have created a series of short video tutorials to help you get started as a SchoolTube user and moderator. Some of these videos have accompanying blog posts where additional information is shared.
How to use My Video page: http://bit.ly/2LYYeQA
How to Edit & Manage the My Channel page: http://bit.ly/2O6dp7u
How to Edit Thumbnail Images: http://bit.ly/2LYYeQA
How to Invite Students to SchoolTube: http://bit.ly/2x7eo0P
How to Share SchoolTube Videos: http://bit.ly/2N4yL80
Best Practices for Creating Teaching Videos: http://bit.ly/2Mxkpxu
How to Request Help: Click HELP in the bottom menu at https://www.schooltube.com/
By watching the above videos you will achieve expert status on SchoolTube very quickly. We look forward to working with you and viewing your video contributions to the SchoolTube community.
Free Webinars: In addition to these tutorials, check out SchoolTube University, which is the professional development arm of SchoolTube. We launched SchoolTube University in August 2018 and will be hosting monthly webinars focused on school video issues. Check out these info-packed webinars!