Access YouTube- A Great Web Tool for Disabled Learners

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Access YouTube is a great web tool  that provides YouTube services for users of assistive technologies and allows them to play YouTube videos independently. Access YouTube has a simple interface that is distraction free. It does not serve adds nor does it feature the comment section under videos delimiting thus all the distraction  that usually accompanies YouTube videos. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has already reviewed some practical web tools  that teachers can use to remove annoying features from around YouTube videos, check out these tools HERE.

Besides the simple and user-friendly interface of Access YouTube, it also features videos in a bigger format and on top of every video is the monitor bar where users can pause, play again, or click to watch next clips. Additionally, Access YouTube is cloud-based and does not require any software installation or any sign up and is completely free of charge.