TED (Ideas Worth Spreading) is teaming up with YouTube's educational channels to publish talks for classroom consumption.
Called "TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing," the initiative is currently "a dozen short videos created for high school students and life-long learners," according to curator Chris Anderson. They hope to expand the library to 100 videos by the one-year mark.
TED-Ed plans to bring these big thinkers with their big ideas to an even bigger audience.
Anderson said TED-Ed will have "new tools to enable 'flip teaching' and [will] add various tests and other resources."