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J'ai toujours trouvé que c'était une des grandes forces de Youtube, le transfert de la connaissance. Apprendre comment faire des trucs (tirer un joint de plâtre, ajuster son vélo) ou comment les trucs fonctionnent (http://goo.gl/Lykkb). Encore mieux si on peut y ajouter de l'animation professionnelle pour soutenir l'intérêt et/ou le propos.
 
"A permanent initiative, TED-Ed harnesses the talent of the world's best teachers and visualizers, extending great lessons beyond a single classroom to anyone with internet access.

In the first stage of this initiative, TED-Ed launches a new education channel on YouTube today. It offers up original video content that marries the talent of great teachers with top animators to bring concepts like neuroscience to life in in short videos, typically 5 minutes long. The channel is part of the youtube.com/edu offering – a collection of half a million educational videos – available in many schools as well as to the public online."
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Couldn't agree more, from cell phone tear downs to plumbing secrets there are some things that are much more easily learned by watching. Engineer Guy is interesting!
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