Below are YouTube Channels that I have found helpful in learning about my iPhone and iPad as a VoiceOver user. This content will be presented at the CNIB Calgary iOS User Group meeting on 2016/05/10. If you are unfamiliar with the YouTube iOS app, please read my Using YouTube App With Voiceover blog post for an overview.
Note: In order to subscribe to a YouTube channel, you need to sign in with a Google account. You do not need to sign in to use some basic features of YouTube such as searching for and viewing videos.
How to find channel in YouTube app: search for "Hadley Institute"; since the channel doesn’t appear in the search results, select a video from the results, then select the channel name from the info area below the video player
Recommended playlist: iFocus Instructional Videos (this YouTube playlist is the best method for accessing the iFocus tutorials because each video addresses one topic and the video title clearly identifies the topic)
Author: Easter Seals Crossroads
Description: A US federally-funded project designed to increase access and awareness of assistive technology.
How to find channel in YouTube app: search for "INDATAProject", select the channel from the results
Recommended playlists: Tech Tips for iOS, Tech Tips for Apps, Tech Tips for Vision
Author: Luis Perez, Doctorate in Special Education from University of South Florida; "educator, author, presenter and inclusive learning consultant with a passion for accessibility and universal design"
Description: Video tutorials on accessibility and Universal Design for Learning
How to find channel in YouTube app: search for "Luis Perez iOS", filter search results by Channels, select the channel from the results
Recommended playlists: iOS 9 Accessibility, iOS Accessibility