VideoANT, VidBolt, and other cloud-based software solutions can deepen critical analysis of video produced by others as well as a professional development means for self-critique of teaching effectiveness.
Developed at the University of Minnesota in the College of Education and Human Development, VideoANT is a free cloud-based service to annotate video available through YouTube in either public or private accounts.
VideoANT Home Web Page This is the starting point for using this free service.
VideoANT Instructions (Word Version) This handout provides step-by-step instructions how to use VideoANT. It also includes web links to samples of videos annotated by the free service.
Sample College Course Lecture to Experiment: Introductory Economics Course This is a sample college lecture from YouTube to use in experimenting with VideoANT. It is from an introductory economics course.
Sample Video Lecture: College Algebra This is a sample college lecture from YouTube to use in experimenting with VideoANT. It is from an introductory college algebra course. The entire course video lecture series is online. Search YouTube for "Richard Waring". He is a professor at UMKC.