Tuesday, November 6

USC Unveils YouTube Channel (Who's next?)

The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is one of the world's leading private research institutions and Southern California's oldest independent teaching and research university. A unique strength of USC is its integration of liberal and professional learning. Students are encouraged to develop "breadth with depth" by pursuing academic minors that are far afield from their chosen majors. ...more


USC has established an institutional Channel on YouTube as part of an ambitious program to expand its capabilities in technology-enhanced learning and distance learning.

The Channel's creation was spearheaded by Suh-Pyng Ku, USC's chief technology officer for enhanced learning.

Below are some of the sub-channels found at USC's YouTube Channel. Although, there aren't so many videos to explore yet, I believe we will see a dramatic increase of juice in the coming months.

In the meantime, the links (or sub-channels) above should lead us to some excellent learning juice. I would anticipate that USC would initially share some of their best juice to get people excited and coming back for more. I mean, you don't want to give a bad first impression to the world. Right? :)

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