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Google updated their Learning Video search feature documentation, adding a clarification for the required property educationalAlignment.
Now there is a new statement about including multiple values:
"While you may provide multiple educationalAlignment values, it is not guaranteed that all of these values will be used for Learning Video features. If multiple values are provided, and the feature can only use one educationalAlignment value, the feature uses the first value that you provide."
Google updated the documentation regarding the recommended property of text ("the text of the question that's being solved in the video"), which previously contained a red box stating 'The text property is required if the learningResourceType property is set to Problem walkthrough.' This has now been removed, so text falls back to just being a recommended property for all types of learning video.
Google added the full list of supported academic values for educationalLevel in the Learning Video structured data documentation.
This is a brand new rich result for websites that provide academic educational videos, aimed at helping students and teachers find learning-based video content.
Examples of acceptable content types include:
The Learning Video rich result is available in English in all regions where Google Search is available. The feature is only available when searching for academic learning content on desktop and mobile.