Live through incredible Berlin Wall escape stories with YouTube's VR history project
The experimental film bridges the generational gap, transforming powerful archival photographs into immersive 360-degree virtual snapshots in time.
The New History Channel Is YouTube, But Can We Trust The Experts?
Writing and reporting history still requires documenting the trail of reason to the conclusions.
Make History Accessible: The Case for YouTube
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
YouTube blocks history teachers uploading archive videos of Hitler
Teachers trying to educate about fascism hit by service’s new policy on hate speech.
Karen L. Cox says historians shouldn’t be afraid to embrace YouTube to reach millennials
The YouTube generation want to learn and be entertained at the same time.
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