Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day and Richard Byrne of Free Technology for Teachers, have mentioned a new web 2.0 application that makes video compilation a snap, Veengle. Veengle is still in beta format; only videos searchable on YouTube are being used. Created collections can be shared on a website, blog or other social networks. In the terms of service no age limit is mentioned but in compliance with Federal online laws users should be 13 or older or have signed parental permission.
When it is saved the user is asked to assign a title to the grouping. Then click the save button again. The URL for the saved list is shown in the web site address line at the top of the page.
If you are planning on using this site on a frequent basis joining Veengle is a good idea. To join simply supply a username, password, email address and location (United States for example). A saved compilation can be previewed, edited or deleted. In addition to a URL link an embed code is provided.
Social networks that can be directly linked to the compilation are: Facebook, Twitter, Buzz, MySpace, LinkedIn, Digg, Reddit, Delicious, StumbleUpon or by email.
Here is my initial compilation, Caldecott Contenders.