10 reasons why hihaho beats YouTube for interactive educational videos

Whether you’re looking for a tasty new pasta recipe or a compilation of pandas falling over, YouTube offers it all. Also, a large proportion of YouTube’s video library consists of educational videos. In fact, study shows that more than half of YouTube’s users claim to have watched at least one video for an educational purpose. Take an explanatory or a how-to video on YouTube for example. However, YouTube comes short when it comes to functionalities that improve learning quality and help reach educational goals.

Enhance learning experience

Interactive video adds all kinds of interactive elements which help viewers understand, remember and apply information more effectively. Moreover, interactive educational video is a great medium to make education more enjoyable. This is because the viewer is actively participating in the video rather than sitting back and watching. Which is why we created this list of 10 reasons why interactive video beats YouTube (and other video platforms) for interactive educational videos:

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