Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Filter a YouTube Search to Find the Good Stuff

There are tons of educational videos on YouTube. In fact, there are over 1 billion views each day on learning-related YouTube videos.  One strategy for zeroing in on the best stuff is to filter your search by channel or playlist.  If you filter down to channel, you're search results will surface producers (channels) that are related to your search topic- organizations that will continue to create material related to your topic.  And if you filter by playlist, you'll search will surface collections of videos that other users have bundled together - which might help you to find a number of quality videos on the same topic. In this video, I'll show you how to filter your YouTube search. If you're interested in viewing the other 19 videos being produced as part of 50 Ways to Use YouTube in the Classroom, be sure to subscribe to my YouTube Channel.


 If you are looking to expand your use of YouTube, check out my book 50 Ways to Use YouTube in the Classroom over at YouTubeClassroom.com