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Free Video Library for the Classroom Launched

At the Texas Computer Education Association conference, the video learning platform Mobento showcased a free, online library of curated videos for the K-12 market
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At the Texas Computer Education Association conference, the video learning platform Mobento showcased a free, online library of curated videos for the K-12 market. 

Mobento Search is a key word search that searches the spoken words within the videos to take educators to the place in a video where the key word is said. 

Mobento.com currently features over 4,200+ free educational videos.

Pricing and Availability

Educators can access Mobento’s free video library at www.mobento.com.  Free Mobento apps for iPad, iPhone and Android devices are available. Links to the apps are posted on Mobento.com, GooglePlay.com and iTunes.com, were educators and students can download the apps to their devices free of charge.

Teachers also have the option of purchasing Mobento School Accounts, which offer a private space for academic institutions to upload and distribute their own content, organize it into courses and monitor the progress of their students. Teachers and students can add comments to videos in the secure area. 

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