Is there interest in a YT Channel that answers specific homework questions/explains topics that the viewer dictates?
Hi all, I love solving engineering problems and I am a new engineer that has worked in the aerospace industry as well as the semi-conductor industry. When I was in school, it was difficult finding help online for very specific topics/questions that I had without asking my teachers or classmates. Would anyone be interested in a YT channel where I work out your engineering questions (undergrad only) that you send me?Posted in: #Mechanical
That sounds like a cool idea. What branch of engineering would it specifically cover - aerospace or electrical/electronics? Whatever the branch, I'm pretty sure people would find it helpful. I would definitely have subscribed to it. :)
Do share your channel link if you do start it. 👍🏼 All the best!
I'm a mechanical engineer, so likely mechanical questions as my understanding of circuits is limited. Lol
That is a good idea. However, you could start your channel by solving a few problems and then testing the response. I'm curious to know how do you plan to accept the questions. Will it be through YouTube comments or through a personal website where users can submit their questions?
YouTube comments could prove to be a limitation because they are text only. Most of the mechanical / electronics questions are likely to require uploading photos and in some cases, videos as well.
If such a channel existed - I'd subscribe to it. But for me, the real differentiator would be getting my problem worked out within hours of submitting it. Is that a possibility?
PS: I've already started your channel, share a link to it.
I would likely accept questions through my Instagram messages (pics, text, videos, etc.) or in the comment section.
Here is my. youtube channel: Enginerd 101
My contact info is on my channel. Also feel free to submit questions through here!
That's a great idea. You can start by solving questions on video that are commonly asked in assignments during undergrad courses.. Looking forward to your first video. I would SUBSCRIBE!