Thing 11 – Communicating for free

23 Research Things Cambridge

People can get their information from a range of different places these days and YouTube is an extremely popular source of quick, visual information. Anyone can use YouTube to watch content and upload their own content. You don’t need anything too fancy either, often just a microphone with some images will do or a quick few shots using a handy mobile phone or even just talking to your laptop’s inbuilt webcam. You can also hold a Google Hangout where people talk about a certain topic in real time. Check out our convenient YouTube video learn more.

Video transcript

We’ve used YouTube for all of the videos for this programme because it means that anyone can benefit from the things we are exploring as they are publicly accessible and (hopefully) short and informative. Plus, with a relatively simple range of kit, we were able to create content that allows viewers to…

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