Video are currently the present preferred format for people interaction. Following Youtube 2021 report, everyday people watch one billion hours of videos on YouTube and generate billions of views. In other words, if every single person on earth watched a video on youtube, that’s more than 8 minutes per day per person.
Another interesting fact is that searches related to the term “how to” are growing 70 % year over year (searchengineland 2020). This means that when users are searching for ways to learn something, they rely on video content.
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated remote working, making it essential that learning be accessed anywhere at any time on any device. This situation has propelled distance learning platforms, such as LinkedIn Learning, Udemy, or Learn It Live.
Searches related to “how-to” on YouTube are growing
70% year over year
This site is designed for people interested in Agroecology. The partners of this project, funded by the Erasmus+ Program, have developed tools and contents for farmers and teachers interested in increasing their knowledge on Agroecology.
In this site you can find video resources, video training material and video tools which will allow you to increase your knowledge and also improve the way you teach other people about agro ecology.
Some of the project tools are very innovative, and they are totally free to use due to they are funded by European Funds.