Spoken Tutorial is a ten-minute audio-visual tutorial, created using Screencast methodology. It is designed to teach many aspects of an information technology course, such as computer programming, simulation, ofﬁce productivity suite, graphics and animation software, etc. It is recorded using a script designed for beginners, thereby making it suitable for self-teaching. The spoken part is dubbed into all of the 22 ofﬁcial languages of India, thereby making it accessible to students who may not have English as a primary language. Keeping the video part of the tutorial in English helps retain employment opportunities, as students also enhance their English-language capabilities. We have created an application that helps create an ofﬂine version of the learning environment, which in turn allows our product beneﬁ ts to reach those without Internet access. All the spoken tutorials are released under Creative Commons CC BY SA licensing. The self-learning capability allows us to conduct workshops through volunteers. These factors have helped us train a large number of students absolutely free of cost on many useful IT topics. We have trained close to 850,000 students in the past four years through the Spoken Tutorial methodology. The visits to our webpage are doubling every year.