If you have a website set up with a content management system, such as joomla, you can create an article (webpage) that is only accessible by registered users. They would be able to download the video from there. There are quite a few free joomla hosting services out there where you can set up a site. There are limitations on data transfer for free hosts. I think you can do this with moodle too.
>>> Fred Wadlington 03/18/10 11:38 AM >>>
If this question has come up on the ListSrv before, then my apologies.
We have a number of teachers, primarily EEE and SpED, who have taken
videos of students and are desirous of sharing these videos with the
parents. I am looking for a way to do this that will be safe and
confidential. I am not desirous of having them send the videos as email
attachments due to their size.
If anyone else has teachers doing this, what methodology are you using?
If it is online file sharing, who are you doing it with and are you
capable of restricting access at the file level and not just the page
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