Seems like there is a difference between a "video" file that is student
projects that we want to share  and
video file that are part of an "iep"  or other private conversation that
Special Educators and such might have.
Both of these would need to different solutions.


On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 12:09 PM, Charles Cavanaugh <
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> We have been pondering this issue, also. We have a group of  3/4 graders
> who have been writing speeches. Our idea was to video the students
> delivering these speeches individually, and then embed the video files in
> their Word documents. The tentative plan at this point is to create a web
> page on our site (which is a hosted site - SchoolCenter), and place the
> documents on this page. We would then password protect the page, and then
> notify the parents to email the school to receive the password.
> I think this is workable, but I'm not totally certain about it. Of course,
> all parents who request and receive a password would be able to view other
> students' work, but I'm not sure that that's a problem.
> Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.
> Charlie
> Fred Wadlington wrote:
>> 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
>> level?
>> Fred Wadlington, Systems Administrator
>> Milton Town School District
>> (802) 893-3210 x1114
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