Recent updates have introduced some new features with the 2015/16 school year in mind. Public sharing provides a link for parents and visitors to access specific videos, even outside of school. Embed codes allow teachers and other staff to add videos to school websites, virtual learning environments (VLEs). Finally, playlists give staff more control over what videos show on which screens around the school. Data is stored on cloud-based servers in the United Kingdom, so schools can be safe in the knowledge that all security protocols and data protection guidance are being satisfied.
“[TrilbyTV is] a beautifully simplistic and versatile product,” wrote Dan Oakes, the edtech-savvy deputy head of Malmesbury Primary School, Wiltshire. “I’m not going to over-complicate this any more than I need to. Essentially once a child has finished a piece of work that they’re proud of, they upload it easily from their device to TrilbyTV. Once approved, it appears on whichever monitor you send it to. Simple.”
The team at Trilby have a real passion for helping teachers and pupils to get the most out of technology, and spend a large amount of time in schools training teachers of varying abilities to make the most of the technology in which they have invested.
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