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YouTube channels that support your learning



As a video website with a wealth of resources, YouTube can also be a site that provides support for your academy. You can find many intriguing and engaging college-level-education-related videos on YouTube, most of which are highly condensed from what you need to know in class, so watching YouTube videos is a good option for you to get more familiar with the study material and when you are preparing for revisions or exams. This blog will recommend you several excellent YouTube learning channels.


1. Crash Course

Crash Course channel provides teaching videos of multiple subjects including history, biology, psychology, anatomy, geography, economy, and so on. The crash course videos are usually concise and condensed with very comprehensive knowledge and detailed and thorough explanations. The videos are relatively fast-paced, making them a good choice to help you prep or review efficiently. Besides, the cute cartoons may definitely engage you in learning.



Click here to check it out: https://www.youtube.com/user/crashcourse


2. Khan Academy

Khan Academy is one of the most familiar study channels for college students. Khan Academy videos also cover a wide range of subjects (nearly all subjects!). All videos are presented on a "blackboard" with real-time, detailed, and easy-to-understand explanations. The speaker gives many examples in the videos, just as you would in a real classroom or in a tutoring session. You can also visit the official websites of Khan Academy to view the study materials provided. Overall, Khan Academy is an excellent, if not the best, supporter for your virtual study.



Click here to check it out: https://www.youtube.com/user/khanacademy


3. Mathispower4u

Mathispower4u videos provide wonderful resources in calculus learning, which is one of the most basic and important mathematics topics in college-level mathematics, as well as a great deal of other mathematical topics. The videos present sample problems in the form of slides. The speaker will perform calculations and give detailed analyses and explanations in real-time. If you are one of those who are not confident in math, this channel may help you well.




4. MIT OpenCourseWare

This channel officially provides real-life MIT courses covering a variety of subjects, basically focusing on science, engineering, and mathematical fields. Via MIT OpenCourseWare, you can virtually participate in university-level curriculum from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for free!

MIT OpenCourseWare also has videos covering humanity and social science categories, as well as a great deal of idea-inspiring videos for you to explore.



Click here to check it out: https://www.youtube.com/c/mitocw/featured


5. Bozeman Science

Bozeman Science videos introduce science subjects including biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, and so on. Recommended by my physical anthropology professor, this channel provides the most detailed explanations of college-level science classes (which are normally found difficult by most of the students), and may aids you a great deal in science learning.



Click here to check it out: https://www.youtube.com/user/bozemanbiology



Hope you find these channels helpful! I will continue to update some learning channels that have been highly recommended by fellow college students and instructors.

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