The experimental film bridges the generational gap, transforming powerful archival photographs into immersive 360-degree virtual snapshots in time.
Writing and reporting history still requires documenting the trail of reason to the conclusions.
by Rohit Kandala
Youtube presents a great opportunity for both professional history educators and amateurs to enhance the public’s interest in history.
SOURCE: The Guardian
Teachers trying to educate about fascism hit by service’s new policy on hate speech.
The YouTube generation want to learn and be entertained at the same time.
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