Today, I created two Playlists for my Building Your Life After Traumatic Brain Injury YouTube Channel. I created these two playlists to separate single from video presentation series.
Why I Started Creating Video Presentation of Articles from Second Chance to Live.
On July 29, 2011, I began creating video presentations of the articles that I had written for Second Chance to Live. I did so to offer the information within my articles to individuals who learn through watching and listening.
Wanting to Share Video Presentations from my Second Chance to Live YouTube Channel
After I created the Building Your Life after Traumatic Brain Injury YouTube Channel I wanted to share video presentations from Second Chance to Live. After doing some research I found that I could not do so unless I altered the video presentation (s) in some way.
I would invite you to click on this link, Building Your Life after Traumatic Brain Injury YouTube Channel and subscribe to the channel.
While speaking with my friend, Aaron Avila of Stroke TV, several nights ago, he asked me to look at what he was doing with his website. When I saw that he was transferring his Stroke TV shows to his website, I asked him how he managed to complete this process.
Aaron kindly and patiently “walked” me though the steps and repeated them. I then completed the process, to reinforce what Aaron told me over video chat. Several nights ago I began building a playlist of video presentations. I did so through repeating the process and by watching other instructional YouTube Video Presentations on creating playlists.
After creating a playlist of a select group of video presentations, yesterday and last night, this morning decided to create 2 playlists. A playlist for single video presentations and a playlist for video presentation series.
A video presentation series playlist from articles that I had written and divided into parts. Divided into parts due to the length of the article. After separating the single presentations from the series presentations I complete the playlists.
There are 267 single video presentations in the one playlist. There are 48 video presentation series and a total of (111 video presentations) in the second playlist.
As questions come to mind, please share them with me. All questions are good questions. We can explore the answers together.