Teaching on YouTube


Alexandra Juhasz, Professor of Media Studies at Pitzer College, in Claremont, CA, taught an entire semester's class on YouTube. This piece consolidates lengthier blog entries about a course she ran on YouTube, called “Learning from YouTube,�? in Fall 2007. The whole goal was to better understand this new media/cultural phenomenon, and how it can be used in the classroom. How did she set up this class? And what did she learn? Find out at:


I want to join this class.

it seems the future of higher education is off-site classes.

But how un-personal would that be?

It seems as though technology helps us but at the same time isolates us. Maybe the convenience itself makes us detached!

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