Use streaming video for assignments or to better understand the course material
College instructors all over the world use You tube to post videos about a wide variety of college subjects. Other video services, like TED and PBS do the same.
If you learn better by watching/ listening or are confused about a topic you come across in class, or simply need more information about a topic, do a YouTube search in addition to a Google search.
Use your phone to learn
Squeeze in learning throughout the day. Watch or listen while you are doing ordinary household tasks (cooking, laundry, etc), eating, riding the bus, commuting. waiting in line, in between classes, etc.
Examples of video content for college topics and courses:
Psychology, Sociology, History, and Government
Accounting and Math
Business and Entrepreneurship
Graphic Design and Digital Production Software and Concepts
Computer Science, IT Topics, and Microsoft Office
MLA and APA Citations
Often you will see more than one video on a topic. Try out a few of them until you find one that works for you!
At the YouTube, PBS, or other website, type in what you need to learn into the search box. For example ---
More than 4000 videos on a wide of variety of topics. Use the Topics Menu to narrow your search to specific subject area. Use the Languages Menus to choose videos in your preferred language. Stay curious!
A great source of videos on a wide variety of topics for courses like English Comp and Psychology and more! Use the Topics Menu to choose a subject area you would like to explore. Use the Languages Menus to choose videos in your preferred language. Stay curious!
Type a subject or topic keyword into the search box for a list of videos you would like to explore. Listen for a minute or so to decide whether or not the video will work for you. Some video-makers explain things better than others, so sample of few different videos to make sure you get a video that makes sense to you!