Ben Franklin coined the phrase “Time is money.” Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim invented YouTube. It’s a match made in heaven. Well, kinda.
There is so much content available for educators and their students to learn from on YouTube. Unfortunately, sometimes we don’t have enough time to watch those videos.
Know of a 20 minute tutorial that you’d like to watch, but only have 15 minutes available? I’ve got the solution for you!
Click the gear in the bottom-right corner of a YouTube video to access the speed settings. I recommend 1.5x for most videos, 1.25x if it’s highly technical. When I’m watching my own videos to “proof” them or look for a certain spot in the video, I go with 2x.
But the best advice I can give you – check out this video in 2x and 0.5x speed. You’re welcome.