Free Educational Videos from Academic Earth

Written by on February 25, 2009 in Learning Resources - 1 Comment

fullscreen-capture-2262009-120445-ambmpWant to be instructed by professors from top colleges such as Yale, Berkeley, and Harvard? Take a look at AcademicEarth.org. This new site organizes OpenCourseWare videos from prestigious colleges and makes it easy for anyone to take a free online video course or just watch a short lecture.

What impresses me most about Academic Earth is the time that must have gone into make all of these videos user-friendly. You can browse by subject, university, or instructor. They even have “playlists” with video suggestions for delving into a topic. Individual lectures each have summaries and are organized into their respective classes.

So, take a look. Enjoy a 24-part Introduction to the Old Testament, master the basics of astrophysics, or examine the great thoughts behind political philosophy. This site is definitely a keeper.

One Comment on "Free Educational Videos from Academic Earth"

  1. roger July 21, 2009 at 3:43 am · Reply

    hello, i wanted to know if you had resources to help someone study for the ged exam.

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