3.6 Sharing Your Digital Media Product

Tree with social media and digital media icons at the end of the branches.Now that you have created your first digital media product, how will you share it with your students? If you created a video, you can upload it to YouTube, Vimeo, or Google Drive and share the link with others. If it’s an image or audio, you can share it via Google Drive, Dropbox, or even email.

Think about what devices you have in class and how you will share the digital media product with your students. You could project the digital media product on a screen, share a link, or even create a QR code which will take students directly to the digital media.

Sharing Settings

Many web-based digital media tools have sharing settings that you can adjust. If your digital media product incorporates student content or images of students that you want to protect, we recommend making your product private (or unlisted) and restricting access by password or a specific link.

You can also make your product available and accessible by the public. Here are some helpful resources to get you started with sharing digital media:

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