Here are some ways that YouTube is improving accessibility and interaction for educational content.


 New features are being launched by Google-owned YouTube that will let users explore topics they are interested in and producers offer organised educational content.

Updates are being made to the platform to improve learning creators' success on YouTube and make educational video more engaging and accessible for students.

Jonathan Katzman, Director of Product Management, YouTube Learning, wrote in a blog post, "To improve the YouTube experience in educational environments, we are launching YouTube Player for Education — a new YouTube embedded player that shows content on widely used education apps without distractions like ads, external links, or recommendations."

According to YouTube, it will initially collaborate with well-known edtech firms in the US, such as EDpuzzle, Purdue University, and Purdue Global.

For an even better YouTube experience, YouTube Player for Education will also enhance the current YouTube embedded player in Google Classroom.

The site announced that "approved producers can start offering free or paid Courses next year to provide in-depth, structured learning experiences for viewers."

"The video can be played in the background and is ad-free for viewers who choose to purchase a Course. Before being rolled out to more nations, courses will first launch in beta in the US and South Korea "It was ad.

Quizzes are a brand-new tool creators may use to help viewers evaluate their knowledge, according to YouTube.

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