By Renee Bruner

Zaption turns online video into engaging, interactive learning experiences. Teachers use Zaption’s intuitive web app to quickly add images, quizzes, and discussions to existing videos from YouTube, Vimeo, and private video libraries. The result is an interactive learning tour that turns passive video into an active learning experience. With Zaption’s rich analytics, instructors get real-time feedback and actionable data to track student progress toward learning goals. If you don’t want to start from scratch, Zaption has a growing library of high-quality curriculum that you can instantly copy and customize for your students. The Basic version of Zaption is completely free, and teachers and schools can upgrade to the Pro version to unlock additional features such as adding unlimited videos, creating groups, and integrating with learning management systems.

To get started with Zaption, create a free account. Once logged-in, you can either create your own Zaption tours from scratch or copy and customize some of the featured tours in the Zaption Gallery. Be sure to check out these KQED Zaption tours and the featured content collection, Facing History and Ourselves.

Make Engaging Video Lessons with Zaption 22 December,2015Almetria Vaba

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Almetria Vaba

Almetria Vaba  is the associate director for education partnerships and distribution at KQED.  In her role, she leads collaborative efforts with education agencies, public media stations and other non profit organizations.

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