Hello everyone! I am looking for a website where I can upload student projects so they can be viewed that will allow me to regulate who can access it. I know you can do this with YouTube, but some of the videos I have just received for my students' final project are larger files than what YouTube allows.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

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Try Vimeo.com - it's free and allows even HD videos. The formats they can upload are - we like MP4 the best, we will generally accept any of the following formats: 3g2, 3gp, 3gp2, 3gpp, asf, asx, avi, divx, mts, m2t, m2ts, m2v, m4v, mkv, mov, mp4, mpe, mpeg, mpg, ogg, wmv.

You can upload with their vimeo uploader and upload several at a time. I use it for my film class and school channel http://vimeo.com/channels/westdalemediaart

Ning also allows multiple video uploads. Apparently they will still support educational NINGS in the future. NING has more security settings.
Thanks, Wendy! I will try this out tonight!
agreed - i use vimeo as well - you can set a password on movies to control access...
OK, I tried to go to Vimeo and it came up on our filter as "ADULT". I'll take a look at it from home tonight and see if there is any shot at getting it re-categorized.
I was doing that with my private NING group. Size remains an issue.
About Vimeo... I'm looking to create a channel for our district where teachers can easily upload student-created videos to share and embed on their blogs or wikis. I'd like multiple teachers to have the ability to share videos to the site. I noticed that Vimeo has both a "channel" and a "group" option. Do any of you know whether a channel or group would be better for what I'm trying to do?
Check this post by one of the members Amanda - http://blog.learningtoday.com/blog/bid/28378/HOW-Audio-and-Video-Po... , Quite useful.
Google Sites has a "File Page Template", you can also control who has access to the site. But it will not play your videos online, they would have to open them with media players.
I set up a WordPress blog with Page protection to restrict access. I then used a (free) Dropbox account to house all the content and linked to it from the WordPress blog. Quick and easy!
You can try pbworks.com - not only video but workspace for collaboration
SchoolTube allows it but I don't know how small the file must be and the security is good.



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