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Explore Free Video Lessons by Subject

Glean is a new site that aims to help teachers and students discover the best instructional videos on the web.
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Glean is a new site that aims to help teachers and students discover the best instructional videos on the web. Video subjects include algebra, geometry, biology and chemistry, with subjects such as calculus, physics and organic chemistry coming soon. Users can browse all categories or use the search box to find desired subjects. Have questions while viewing videos? The site tells you how many are watching the same video and invites your questions on the spot. If you like the video, award "kudos," or video badges, to the instructors who made the presentation. Your feedback helps the site to recommend ideal videos for you.

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