Digital Libraries: E-Learning

Intended for those collections and sites, both for formal and informal learning, that are aimed at lifelong learners and educators.
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"YouTube Finds a Way Off Schools' Banned List" -- "...in December [2012], Google started 'YouTube for Schools' [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3yA8nDwraeOfnYfBWun83g], offering schools the ability to pluck only the videos they want, scrubbed of all comments and linked only to other related educational videos." -- Organized by grade levels and subjects; open to anyone to subscribe.

YouTube Finds a Way Off Schools’ Banned List

The video-sharing Web site has created a way to let schools limit students’ access to selected content, providing a portal for free educational materials.

"How to Search for Openly Licensed Educational Resources," an infographic by coerll -- Open licenses allow reusing content and the infographic explains how to find the right licenses and also offers a number of content sources for various media.

Educational infographic & data visualisation How To Find Openly Licensed Educational Resources You Can Use . Infographic Description How To Find Openly L

Intended for those collections and sites, both for formal and informal learning, that are aimed at lifelong learners and educators.

Intended for those collections and sites, both for formal and informal learning, that are aimed at lifelong learners and educators.

This is PsychCentral's "ChannelN" blog, featuring some outstanding psychological videos, most short, ranging from funny to deadly serious, touching on diseases & conditions to healing & support, laughter to education, from professionals and from those affected.

A Mom’s Forensic Mental Health Success Story

Home of down-to-earth, reliable, objective mental health symptoms and treatment information. Since Psych Central has been an independent source of education on mental disorders and mental illness. We're here to help.

Previous pinner: "PBS LearningMedia offers access to more than 30,000 free, curriculum-aligned, digital resources to educators and learning caregivers! Learn more at http://www.examiner.com/article/free-high-quality-resources-to-empower-learning" -- Click through to explore the site, which will eventually ask you to register for free.

I highly recommend that higher ed media studies lecturers check out PBS if you're looking for course viewing materials and lesson plans etc.

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