Teachers can use Videolicious to assign digital storytelling projects or to encourage students to showcase their work. Consider giving more depth to any project by creating complementary animations. Teachers will need to get creative with prompts, and may consider simply presenting the app as one option students can use to format their own projects. Videolicious may be best suited for independent work. Multiple-user login makes it easier to share one device among students.
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What's It Like?
Videolicious is a video-creation tool. Kids select photos from their library or snap photos within the app. A basic editing feature allows kids to position their photos to fit within the landscape mode. In the sequence of uploads, kids are prompted to record a video. Although a bit unclear, an option allows users to opt out of recording video and stick with a simple photo montage. Audio can be recorded to provide context to the images as they scroll across the screen, or kids can choose from an available library of music within the app. After completing a video, users have the option to share it through email, Facebook, YouTube, or Twitter. The personal Videolicious account is free, but a $5 per month Business acount is available as an in-app purchase.
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Is It Good For Learning?
Creating animations can be engaging for kids and can give them a platform to tell any story in their own words and with their own images. As a basic photo and video tool, Videolicious makes it easy to introduce students to such concepts as composition, animation, and building a series, or it can simply serve as an introduction to processes students can explore more deeply elsewhere. That being said, kids can use the app to create animations, save them to a gallery, and share their work with others -- an empowering experience for kids!