Watching videos is a fun and entertaining way to pass the time. If we were to watch every video available online, we could spend a lifetime. If you want to do more with your valuable time than watching shallow YouTube videos, dive into this article, which explores five websites that present fun, mind blowing, and advanced educational videos to expand your mind.
Technology, Entertainment, Design, hence the name. Since then, TED has expanded to include more topics and more ways to spread ideas.
One of their latest developments is TED-Ed, a YouTube channel “to capture and amplify the voices of great educators around the world.”
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In each community, you will find an overview of the recorded material, along with a list of upcoming webcasts. To watch any of the videos, you need to register with BrightTalk.
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You can search the site for keywords or browse by channels. Signing up allows you to comment and rate videos.
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…..And More!All major video websites have channels to view content clustered based on a topic. On YouTube you will find a channel for Science & Technology or Education. In Vimeo the respective channels are called Science & Tech and Education & DIY.
Where do you go to quench your thirst for knowledge? Can you recommend any outstanding educational videos you have seen lately?
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