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i use youtube to learn japanese. definitely
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www.khanacademy.org
Yes, you can totally learn on Youtube, as long as you stick the videos you are supposed to be watching biggrin.gif

and patrickjmt biggrin.gif
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Most live lectures are horribly prepared and performed "plays." At least with videos, they can start over and edit.
post #14 of 23
Youtube taught me Java. People have been taught by video and audio for a while now, I don't see how Youtube is any different as long as there is an appropriate instructor providing the lesson.
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I wouldn't know how to cook if it weren't for YouTube. Helped me out when I was building my first computer as well.
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post #16 of 23
I was learning calculus on Youtube. its amazing when you can find the right instructor
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I've recently learned 3 whole operating systems watching YouTube. Getting my hands on experience in BackTrack 5, testing stuff out on my home network, and got my sound card to work in Linux by just watching some videos on how to fix it. There's already schools on YouTube anyways, MIT, Harvard, and some other schools post up videos of lectures and what not. Pretty cool to watch and not having to pay ridiculous prices to get in the school.
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Google in general taught me more than any school I've ever attended. Well in California's school system.
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Google in general taught me more than any school I've ever attended. Well in California's school system.

Teaching doesn't seem to be the "cool thing to do" anywhere, really. Quite the peculiar system America has with subpar public K-12 schools and world-class universities. I'm going to university in the same city I went to HS and the difference in teaching quality is preposterous. Of course some professors just plain suck at teaching, but at least they know what they're teaching. Same can't be said for a lot of HS teachers. I think the requirement should be Math major, for HS math teacher; Chem major for HS chem, etc., instead of these watered down School of Education degrees that focus on psychology, how to baby people, dealing with obnoxious students etc.
 
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post #20 of 23
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www.khanacademy.org
Yes, you can totally learn on Youtube, as long as you stick the videos you are supposed to be watching biggrin.gif

This. Using it for Calculus II right now.
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