Video Library

Best apps for video libraries

The apps included in this category give users access to large amounts of content and knowledge that range across the curriculum. Teachers can gain ideas about how to integrate these best apps for videos by clicking on an app’s logo and reading its review. Within each app review, teachers are provided a detailed description of the app, a comprehensive evaluation of the app, and three or more instructional ideas for how to use the app.


Paid PLT4M is a multipurpose platform for tracking student users’ training progress as well as locating fitness-related resources for supporting high school students. To begin, teacher users must register with the website to access their dashboard, which allows them to access multiple options. Once registered, the “Dashboard” will load, and teacher users can view their newsfeed that includes information about ...

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VoiceThread: A Tool for Creating Narrated Presentations

  Freemium!   VoiceThread is a web-based platform that allows users to import files to create online presentations that includes options for adding comments using text and video. VoiceThread also includes a searchable library of presentations made by other VoiceThread users. To begin, users must register with VoiceThread and confirm their email. Next, they will be able to access their ...

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Expeditions: A VR/AR Experience!

Expedition is a collection of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality expeditions. (An expedition is an AR or VR experience loaded into the app.) To engage the app, users must sign in with their Google account. The app’s main dashboard will then load, and users can search for specific expeditions by entering keywords (e.g., Antarctica, Ancient World of Syria, etc.) along ...

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Get Schooled: Providing Resources for College Admissions

Free! Get Schooled is a resource to support users in preparing for college admissions and then success once enrolled in a university. After loading the website, its content is divided into topics (e.g., Student Success, College Prep, Pay for College, Life Schools, etc.) that appear on the left side of the screen. In addition, Get Schooled labels the content into ...

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SOS Method: Meditation

SOS Method is a subscription-based app (available on the App Store and Google Play) that supports users in developing meditative practices and mindfulness. By offering a series of short videos, SOS Method provides users with ideas, thoughts, and insights into their daily lives and well-being. To organize its content, SOS Method provides three options at the bottom of the screen, ...

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Reading Eggs: A Comprehensive Literacy & Numeracy Program

Paid! Reading Eggs is a website (also available as an iOS app) that includes comprehensive reading and math programs for users aged 2-12, and it offers a free trial. To begin, parent/guardian users need to register with Reading Eggs and input information about their child user. Next, they have the option to view the content as an adult user or ...

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Virtual Field Trips: Get Out in the World & Explore!

Virtual Field Trips by Arizona State University features over a dozen places users can visit through this website that includes the sites of Early Civilizations, Karijini Gorge, and Ancient Earth among others. In addition, there are plans to add future locations, such as Tectonics, Beyond Earth, and the Origins of Water. To access a field trip, users most load the ...

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News in Levels

News in Levels: A Differentiated Reading Resource for ELLs

Free! News in Levels is a website that provides current event stories at differing levels of reading complexity for English Language Learners. After launching the website, it presents users with several news headlines and dropdown menus at the top of a screen. To select an article, users can either click on a story directly located on the website’s main page ...

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