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YouTube and EdTech: An Unbreakable Bond

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When it comes to EdTech or educational content, YouTube is the first preference of every Indian

YouTube has in excess of 265 million monthly consumers in India. YouTube has arisen as an amazing platform for educational content, with understudies and exam aspirants signing on for content that can shift from school-level subjects to educational plans for cutthroat tests led by the public authority and private establishments. And even though there are various platforms available today, YouTube still rules the EdTech roost.

While short-structure video sharing platforms, for example, TikTok, WhatsApp, and Instagram are acquiring consideration for educational content, YouTube and Spotify have arisen as the favored platforms for long-structure content, since these platforms don’t put limitations on its span. Educational content draws the second biggest number of watchers on YouTube, after diversion, making the stage find ways to advance “Edu-Tubers”.

The people who sign on from more modest towns and villages frequently don’t have access to quality educational organizations and can get to liberate content from across the world. With YouTube being the second biggest search platform on the planet, after Google, users can look for and track down various educational videos on a similar theme.

To assist with building this environment of value content, YouTube gives assets that content makers would require. The YouTube Creator Academy helps content makers figure out how to best utilize the stage through studios. For example, YouTube’s Educon is a meeting where instruction channels from across India get together for a day to learn and trade thoughts and build connections.

For those who want to know more about education technology here are few EdTech YouTube Channels to watch out for:

E-Learning Uncovered

As the result of Artisan E-Learning, this channel is expected essentially for eLearning engineers and EdTech educational originators. All things considered, you don’t need to be writing programming from scratch to benefit from these videos. Many, for example, ‘Tips for making Great Sounding Audio in Audacity,’ or ‘Photoshop for Learning: Taking the First Steps,’ focus on a more general audience and everyday educators who may be hoping to add some flare or clean to their illustrations.

e-Learning Brothers

e-Learning Brothers is an organization based out of Utah that makes custom eLearning modules, formats, and leads preparing too. Their YouTube channel is genuinely wide-running and incorporates short recordings by eLearning specialists on explicit themes, online courses, how-to’s, and that’s just the beginning. Once in a while, they additionally run series of informative videos on their products as well and often feature work created using their library of templates.

Texas Instruments Education

When the vast majority hear about eLearning or education technology, they don’t promptly think about calculators. Texas Instruments’ YouTube channel, notwithstanding, has an enormous library detailing the advanced math that is possible on their machines. The channel likewise contains a few different videos, for example, AP and SAT math test prep, videos from their annual conference, and broad discussions of STEM education, online classes, and surprisingly a how-to on award composing.

Adobe E-Learning

Any innovative individual utilizing advanced innovation has likely utilized or considered utilizing a portion of the product made by Adobe. Many schools give admittance to their Creative Suite. This YouTube channel, notwithstanding, gives a home to instructors and informative originators utilizing their captivate programming and eLearning Suite. These products permit clients to create their eLearning modules and illustrations without the hard coding. Their videos are almost entirely focused on these Adobe products, but they’re also highly engaging and occasionally hilarious.


While TED talks, and particularly their diversified TEDx analogs, have lapsed in the beyond quite a while according to stunning viewpoints from specialty specialists throughout the planet to visit cases of humble gloating, oversimplification, and advertorial-style self-advancement, the TED-Ed YouTube channel is relatively free of these negative characteristics.

EdTech Conferences

In addition to the channels listed above, many annual EdTech, e-Learning, and education-focused conferences also regularly update their channels, often uploading videos of full keynote speeches, workshops, and more.


Potentially the debut North American education technology meeting, SXSW EDU hurls the vast majority of their regularly extended discussions. While the gathering goes a long way past education technology, there’s a lot of tech in the blend as well.

Accessing educational content on YouTube, however, comes with its challenges. There might be multiple videos available on the same subject, but there might be none that goes beyond the basics. Thus the scope for in-depth study can be limited. Since YouTube does not interfere with any content uploaded on its platform, there is no control over the quality of educational videos either. And, for content creators, revenue from the platform is never enough to sustain themselves.

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