WeVideo, a Microsoft Education Partner, today announced that its cloud-based, collaborative video editing application is available immediately as part of the new Microsoft Windows experience for K-12 classrooms. WeVideo was selected by Microsoft as an early participant in the new Education Apps Store. The two companies plan to showcase the new WeVideo Windows app through demonstrations at the ISTE Conference & Expo 2017 in San Antonio, June 25-28, in the Microsoft partner booth (#1140) as well as the WeVideo booth (#3045).
WeVideo provides students and teachers with a creative toolset that includes video editing, graphics, green screen, screencasting, voice-over, special effects, speed control, motion titles and more. Deep Office 365 integration ensures privacy, security and makes it easy for administrators to provision and manage users, groups, schools and districts when using the WeVideo for Schools product.
WeVideo for Schools
WeVideo for Schools provides both beginner and advanced editing modes to support any skill level and enable students to progress at their own pace. Designed for collaboration, students can take turns editing or share each other's clip libraries, each using their own device to complete tasks and interact with the project. Teachers can oversee group projects and observe and assess individual contributions as students work together, each from their own device and on their own time, to contribute unique elements and collectively finalize a video project.