There is a lot of great educational content on YouTube. The challenge that many teachers and students have is finding and keeping track of it all. If you use the collaboration option for YouTube playlists, you and your colleagues can build playlists of educational videos together. Likewise, as I suggest in the video below, you can have students collaborate to create a playlist of tutorial videos. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to collaboratively create YouTube playlists.
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