TubeChop is an online tool that allows for you to enter a YouTube video URL and choose a new start and end point for the video. Lets say the YouTube video you want to show in class is really long (as in 20 minutes) and you only want to show 2 minutes of that video, TubeChop allows you to choose the two minutes you want to show and share that video clip with others. You share the newly edited video through a url provided by TubeChop or the embed code provided by TubeChop.
If you would like to learn more or would like to test out TubeChop, click on the link below:
SUMO Paint is a free web based (online) image editor. What’s really nice about this service is that it has some of the features that you would see in image editor like GIMP or Photoshop (that you need to install on your computer). SUMO Paint can do many things like transform an image, it has support for multiple layers and many other features like a smudge tool, blur tool, and symmetry tool. This is a great tool to have in your toolbox if you use maps in your humanities classes. You can edit them online and them download them. SUMO Paint also has a community you can post your images to for others to see and comment (but you can not directly save the image to services like Facebook or Flickr, you would need to download them to your computer first).
If you want to explore the tool before creating an account, you can by visiting the link below: