Until now, the most web-based communication is based on texts or graphics in a collaborative learning context. However, texts have many limitations as a means of communication. The use of multimedia is very useful for effective communication because it helps to deliver nonverbal messages as tacit knowledge. User participation and communication techniques, which are emphasized in Web 2.0, are important for facilitating knowledge sharing. The latest User Created Content (UCC) technique, such as YouTube, Video Blog and Pandora TV, has many advantages for communication and knowledge sharing. In this paper, an adaptive QoS architecture is proposed to use Educational User Created Contents as multimedia and realtime multimedia pedagogically. This paper contributes towards an understanding of how to support adaptive QoS for learning environments in a web-based learning environment utilizing UCC.