A report recently released by the Pew Internet and American Life Project claims that the share of adults watching videos on video-sharing sites has doubled since 2006.
“Fully 62% of adult internet users have watched a video on these sites, up from just 33% who reported this in December 2006. Online video watching among young adults is near-universal; nine in ten (89%) internet users ages 18-29 now say they watch content on video sharing sites, and 36% do so on a typical day.”
That being said, why not help raise the percentage of adult internet users who watch a video on video-sharing sites by visiting the HLS Library’s YouTube page. There are thirteen short videos that can help you get started with legal research. Topics include Finding Books in the Harvard Libraries: Using the HOLLIS Catalog Efficiently; Using Secondary Sources, the West Digest and Statutes in Print; and Finding Hearings on LexisNexis Congressional, to name a few. Videos range in length from one to six minutes.
Hat tip: ARS-Technica