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Buncee’s Newest Feature: Stitching A Collaboration Tool for Students

Buckle up! Buncee has some exciting news. This powerful, yet easy-to-use, cloud-based creation and presentation tool has recently added a new feature called clip and stitch. This feature lets teachers combine their students’ slides to create a single, awesome Buncee.

Not yet familiar with Buncee? Before diving into the new feature, here’s a quick introduction. Students love its simplicity. In seconds, Buncee puts them in the driver’s seat and engages them in self-directed learning. They can easily build multimedia projects and presentations to visualize and showcase their learning, express their creativity, and share their story. With Buncee, teachers can easily tap into cloud-based technology to develop media-rich assignments that accommodate flipped classrooms and individualized instruction. It can also document and archive learning outcomes. That’s the jist of Buncee and why it’s quickly gaining traction in classrooms around the world. Now, onto the exciting news…

Buncee’s new collaboration tool: clip and stitch

Many teachers asked for this new clip and stitch feature. They wanted the ability to copy and add slides from a new or existing presentation, so Buncee delivered. Here is what the new clip and stitch feature provides:

  • The ability to clip slides of a Buncee.
  • A page to store clipped slides.
  • The ability to view and delete clipped slides.
  • The ability to add clips to a new Buncee or to an existing Buncee.

This is how it works. Slides from an existing Buncee are “clipped” (copied) into a new or previously made Buncee. These clipped slides are then “stitched” (added) into another Buncee. With clip and stitch, teachers can now clip slides from their students’ Buncees and combine them to create a single, awesome Buncee to share with the entire class, the school or parents.

Ready to check out this awesome new feature? Just visit the Buncee blog for step-by-step instructions. Haven’t started using Buncee yet? Sign up for an account on edu.buncee.com and begin creating now.

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