In May's newsletter we introduced the idea of providing more context to video clips.Readers did share their experiences and use of any of these products listed here
I am especially indebted to James Lambert who I consider to be something of a global leader in the SIMPLE use of video on the web for soccer coaches.James is an experienced coach working in Australia ( originally from England ) and he holds the Australian ' A' Coaching Licence.
He has provided the simple guide here to editing video clips below. If you have any questions please post them on that site.
In this month's newsletter James outlines really simple ways to put captions on video here
Please also look at some of examples of James' excellent work in this field on his website www.positionalfootball.com
You may also want to view this link to see how to add captions using 'Dartfish'
We started a 'social bookmarking' project: to assist readers and demonstrate another means of social bookmarking, as an example, we established a ' Circle ' on Google + dedicated to showcasing what we believe are the best free video clips on the web which demonstrate ' turning with the ball'.
We have now moved this project to Scoop.it.
We really like Scoop.it for social content 'curation' (organization of content for display).It allows users to create and populate content feeds on any topic of interest. Feed content is sourced internally through Scoop. it's matchmaking tools, or externally by individual users from any source on the web. Users are encouraged to engage in dialogue on posted content, which adds value to the feed as a whole. Please see how we have used it here and please feel free to add comments and content specifically with regard to 'Turning '. Anyone can start 'curating' with Scoop it .You can have unlimited 'Scoops' but only 5 free categories.
You do not need an account to view and we think it's a great tool for coaches to share video with their players or other coaches
The new Scoop.it group is now here