Derek Morrison offers a two-part examination of the increasing role of video in gneral, and YouTube in particular, in learning. Part One, Part Two. The first part discusses the use of video generally and lists a number of British learning video projects, while the second lists 'YouTube affordances' and considers alternatives to YouTube. For my own part, I prefer not to use YouTube, because the quality isn't very good and videos are limited to 10 minutes. I would host them myself, but they would eat away my bandwidth, which would harm my website. So I am currently using blip. Related: 20+ Firefox Plugins to Enhance Your YouTube Experience.