Always wanted to be on YouTube but don't know how? Maybe it's time you tuned into the "Learning From YouTube" channel.
Keeping up to date with modern technology can be tough, especially since many of the applications used today aren't taught to us in school or at the office. YouTube is a good example. Most of the videos have very amateur content, which is why Pitzer College started offering lessons in YouTube this fall, complete with official course credits/
"About 35 students meet in a classroom but work mostly online, where they view YouTube content and post their comments," Newsvine reported. "Class lessons also are posted and students are encouraged to post videos."
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