Google launched a specific content section for education. The section called YouTube EDU. It will organizes the free video channels of more than 100 colleges and universities that currently exist on YouTube.
Well Thanks to Google employees that put attention on education content for free. As reported from the Wall Street Journal blog, this section is the result of about a year’s work on the part of Google employees using their 20% time for outside projects.
You can learn various education videos from famous college & universuty lectures :).
When I write this post, the most viewed video is “HIV/AIDS may be prevented by new lubricant” – an animation highlights the groundbreaking HIV/AIDS prevention research discovered at the University of Minnesota.
Researchers have identified a compound that, applied vaginally, can prevent transmission of the primate version of HIV. While its not a cure and the compound still must go through human clinical trials before it used to prevent HIV the research is a huge step toward prevention of the devastating disease that impacts 33 million people around the globe. (Source: YouTube)
If you interested on free education video content, may you check AcademicEarth.Org – Another free education video content resource on net.