YouTube educational videos

At Tilde we understand people learn in different ways, some people like to be instructed (auditory) and others by seeing it (visual) and others by doing (kinesthtic).

To help the visual learners we have created some YouTube clips. It is not always easy to read steps in a book for example, to create WordArt in a document, now they have the opportunity to see the skill.

These YouTube clips are classroom friendly without annoying the people sitting around them as we have annotated the clips with speech bubbles instead of talking so there is no sound.

Currently we have 8 YouTube clips for Word 2013:

Next we will be looking at Excel.

Do you know of any specific skills that you feel would be beneficial for students to see as YouTube clips? We would love your comments below or if that doesn’t show up, email us.

Why not subscribe to our YouTube channel to see all the new videos that are uploaded. We will also post the new videos on LinkedIn (follow Tilde Publishing), Twitter and Facebook.

 

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