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Some great tips there Leigh. Especially the one about the importance of metadata in Youtube recommending associated videos.
I also found that the more accurate your closed captions are the better the results from Youtubes fantastic auto-translate feature. It’s turning out to be very useful for the growing number of Mandarin speaking students at RMIT.

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