How to start an academic YouTube channel: tips from a psychology YouTuber

YouTube is a wide-open opportunity for university teachers and researchers to share their knowledge with a wider audience, says Dennis Relojo-Howell. From Times Higher Education Newsletter Way back in 2005, I was in my third year at university in the Philippines. That was also the year that Brooke Allison Brodack didn’t know where to host her home-made videos online. After scouring the internet for a suitable platform, she settled on YouTube. Brodack, better known as Brookers, became famous for her short videos posted during YouTube’s early years. Right now, Brodack and…

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Wits, Edinburgh universities renew partnership to enhance academic, research, innovation projects

By Opeyemi Babalola Wits University and the University of Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom) have renewed a partnership and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to co-operate on teaching, research and community outreach activities and projects, over the next three years.Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, Professor Peter Mathieson, said the renewed partnership between the universities will foster cooperation on multiple projects, added that it will also aid in developing effective working practices, and work collaboratively to identify solutions to the pressing problems of the 21st Century. There have been…

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