YouTube Launches Site for Educators

YouTube launched YouTube EDU, which aggregates video from colleges and universities and has more than 20,000 videos.

At this time, the site is only accepting qualifying two- and four year degree-granting public and private colleges and universities.

To apply, colleges and universities can request only one channel per institution that encompasses the entire campus, and you must have authority to open a channel on the institution’s behalf. If you are a school, department, or educator within the institution, you must coordinate with the proper department on campus — typically Public Affairs or Academic Technology.

There are over 20,000 videos on YouTube EDU and growing. There are also 200 full (and free) courses, in a range of subjects, from some of the world’s most prestigious universities, including IIT/IISc, MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, and Yale.

The site will be adding new universities and colleges over time. If you’re interested in launching an official YouTube channel for your school, please fill out the YouTube EDU Partner Interest Form located at http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl= en&formkey=cDN6Y056M1VsNHAyOXc2Unp6QUJCU0E6MA.

YouTube launched YouTube EDU, which aggregates video from colleges and universities and has more than 20,000 videos.

At this time, the site is only accepting qualifying two- and four year degree-granting public and private colleges and universities.

To apply, colleges and universities can request only one channel per institution that encompasses the entire campus, and you must have authority to open a channel on the institution’s behalf. If you are a school, department, or educator within the institution, you must coordinate with the proper department on campus — typically Public Affairs or Academic Technology.

There are over 20,000 videos on YouTube EDU and growing. There are also 200 full (and free) courses, in a range of subjects, from some of the world’s most prestigious universities, including IIT/IISc, MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, and Yale.

The site will be adding new universities and colleges over time. If you’re interested in launching an official YouTube channel for your school, please fill out the YouTube EDU Partner Interest Form located at http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl= en&formkey=cDN6Y056M1VsNHAyOXc2Unp6QUJCU0E6MA.

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