One of the classes that I teach at UT Austin is General Physics II (PHY 317L), the second semester of a calculus-based, two-semester introductory physics sequence aimed at pre-health, life-sciences, and chemistry students. This course covers topics such as electricity, magnetism, AC circuits, optics, light, and modern physics. As part of this class, I assign a video project, where students produce videos explaining how concepts from this course relate to their interests in biomedical applications. I have selected a subset of student videos and collected them into a YouTube playlist. Furthermore, this playlist is shared as an open educational resource (OER) on OER Commons, allowing teachers across the world to use these videos in their classrooms for educational purposes.