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197 YouTube Channels for Learning

This post from Teach Thought is a great resource for finding educational YouTube channels. Here are a few that I liked below.

General Education Sources

Technology Related Links

Not on the list, but I found interesting

    • Crash Course
      • Great source for quick and informative overviews on certain topics.
    • 8-Bit Guy (Formerly iBook Guy)
      • I just find this channel fascinating. This "guy" posts a lot of interesting videos on the history of some tech as well as determining if older tech is obsolete. If you are a fan of old video games, check out his "How 8-bit Sounds Works" & "How Old School Graphics Work"


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