Creating playlists in Safari Montage are a
powerful way to organize and share the resources you find. You can collect the media you find
by creating playlists. You can even share these playlists with the school so other teachers
can access your cultivated resources. In this video, you will learn how to create a playlist,
add resources to your playlist, and share the playlist with your school or district. Now that I’m logged into Safari, I’m going
to click the playlist tab. My playlists are listed here. I can also look at school or
district playlists that other users may have created. It’s best to create a playlist before searching for materials. By clicking Action>New playlist you can name your playlist and put in your desired information.
I’m going to be staring a unit on the Odyssey so I’ll type my information in here. And hit save. The
playlist I create automatically becomes my Active Playlist, which I can see listed here
on the top right hand corner. This means that when I go to search for new resources and
click the “add to playlist” button, the resources will go to this playlist, my “active”playlist.
You can switch your active playlist by coming back here to the playlist screen or creating
a new playlist Now that we have a playlist ready to go, we’ll
head back over to the search tab. Now I can search resources again, explore them further,
and add them to my playlist. I can choose to add a whole video, or portions of a video to my playlist. Add resources to your playlist by clicking the button with the blue crosshairs on it next to the segment. Once you have added resources to your playlist,
you can go back over to the playlist tab to see everything you have collected. You can
move resources in your playlist up and down, or delete them altogether. If your playlist
could be useful for other teachers, please share it! You can do this by clicking the
edit button, and then changing the drop-down menu under share this playlist to either school or district. Keep collecting and refining these playlists to easily access vetted educational
media for classroom instruction.