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YouTube Education is Receiving More Updates to Assist Teachers and Course Creators

Last Updated on October 30, 2022 by Deandre Barrett
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Written By Deandre Barrett  |  News  |  0 Comments | October 30, 2022

YouTube has announced a suite of new products to YouTube Education that will enable learners to explore subjects they are passionate about and creators to provide structured learning content. Like YouTube Gaming being a destination for gaming content, YouTube Education will be a destination for educational videos organized by topic and level, allowing educators to access content whenever possible without being subjected to forceful ads.

Every day, people visit YouTube to discover something new. People use YouTube to expand their lives with new knowledge in a variety of ways:

  • Studying for class assignments.
  • Learning a foreign language.
  • Considering a different profession are all common examples.

YouTube is becoming a Google search engine for education topics. 

According to a recent study performed by YouTube, 93% of viewers report using YouTube for information in similar ways as Google search in 2021. Why is that? Because YouTube is built in similar ways to track content just as well as Google search, 85% of parents believe that Youtube is a valuable learning tool for children 13 and under.

YouTube has become one of the most popular online destinations for people of all ages when it comes to consuming content. While it is primarily known as a source of entertainment, YouTube is also a potent educational tool.

YouTube provides access to a wealth of information on virtually any topic imaginable, and its user-friendly interface makes it easy to find the specific videos you are looking for. In addition, YouTube offers a unique opportunity for educators to reach a global audience. With YouTube, educators can easily share their knowledge with people worldwide.

Moreover, YouTube is not just a powerful educational resource; it is also an increasingly important platform for businesses. 

As more and more businesses create YouTube channels, they can reach a wider audience and cost-effectively promote their products and services. In short, YouTube is a versatile and powerful tool that can be used for both educational and commercial purposes.

According to another study conducted by YouTube, in 2021, 79% of small businesses would agree that YouTube is a cost-effective way to provide staff training. It’s easy to archive content and keep it private for employees. Companies also don’t need to worry about storage since YouTube offers that.

How YouTube Plans to Make Education Content More Accessible with Youtube Education Suite

YouTube is introducing a new player explicitly designed for use in educational environments. The new player will be free of distractions like ads, external links, and recommendations. YouTube plans to expand upon the existing YouTube embedded player in Google Classroom.

YouTube plans to partner with established tech companies such as EDpuzzle, Purdue University, and Purdue Global. Eventually, they plan to offer more platforms as they work out licensing agreements.

YouTube also plans to allow creators to add free and paid content in a more accessible format. The Courses offered on this website provide viewers with in-depth, structured learning experiences. Viewers who choose to buy the course can watch the video ad-free and play it in the background. The Courses will be available first in the United States and South Korea in beta before expanding to more countries.

Creators can now use quizzes to help viewers test their knowledge. For example, if someone creates a series on algebra, they can make a quiz related to the concept taught in their latest video. Quizzes will be available to all creators with the Community tab in the coming months.

To help ensure that learning remains a priority for everyone, YouTube has made it easier to find educational content on the platform. They’ve added grade-level options and topics for users- whether students at home or creators looking towards their next project -to explore different avenues when searching through videos online. Their goal is always to keep making education simpler and easier to access.

According to a quote from Jess Chan on the Coder Coder YouTube channel, “Learning a new skill, like how to code, can be so difficult — from knowing where to start to where to go next — it’s a lot for someone to do on their own, and it’s easy to get lost. On my YouTube channel, Coder Coder, I’ve helped millions of viewers learn how to code and stay motivated throughout their coding journey. I’m so excited to be able to offer my viewers Courses, to help bring more even structure to their learning, provide exclusive content, and, ultimately, enable them to be even more successful in their careers.”

How Student Hires Takes Advantage of YouTube Education 

At Student Hires, we believe that all young people deserve the opportunity to explore different careers and gain the skills they need to succeed in the workforce. That’s why we offer hands-on experiential learning programs led by college students that increase the career readiness of disadvantaged youth in our community. Our expanded learning programs allow students to learn in-depth content and connect with their peers.

Our programs expose participants to various potential career paths, and our team provides support and guidance throughout the process. We also partner with YouTube Education to provide resources and opportunities for participants to gain even more skills and knowledge. In addition, we are committed to helping every young person reach their full potential, and we are proud to offer these programs in our community.

Conclusion

YouTube is a powerful tool that educators can use to empower their students. By creating more interaction on the platform, YouTube makes it easier for people to learn and engage with information; this positive development will help people access information more easily. For example, what do you think about YouTube making it easier to discover educational content? Let us know in the comments below.


Last Updated on October 30, 2022 by Deandre Barrett

Deandre Barrett

Deandre Barrett is a computer programming major at Lehigh Carbon Community College. He currently juggles a life balance between doing course work and marketing apprenticeships with Acadium. After graduating from the Acadium 3rd cohort in 2020 and finishing creating gaming reviews for Blasting News in 2017. He is now creating content for Student Hires and looks to use his experience to take the company to the next level. Student Hires has been focused on collaborating with K-12 schools & universities, as well as community employers, to create valuable job opportunities for local college & university students.

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