Crowdsourcing better 'how-to' videos

With a quick web search, you can find an instructional video on almost subject. But researcher Sarah Weir says these videos don’t always provide the best learning experience for the user. So, she gives us a how-to lesson on how-to lessons.
A YouTube search for instructional videos.

With a quick web search, you can find an instructional video on almost subject. But researcher Sarah Weir says these videos don’t always provide the best learning experience for the user. So, she and her colleagues came up with a way to improve on the existing body of how-to videos through crowdsourcing. 

Check out Sarah's project, Crowdy.

Read more about Sarah's research [PDF].

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