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video clip

A brief, recorded, viewable file linked to a website or an electronic message used to educate students or to relay visual information, e.g., from real-time ultrasonography or angiography, from one user to another.
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To illustrate, the Web site of the Council Rock School District in Pennsylvania provides a staff development resource page about blogs and vblogs, Central High School in Minnesota includes a section on its Web site for student films, and the Martin Luther King Jr.
We're also talking about "Vblogs," or video web logs; though still rare, they could become a new channel as camera phones and other mobile video technologies become simpler and cheaper to use.