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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Video Lectures from the World’s Top Scholars

Academic Earth

I hold a fundamental belief that knowledge will be universal, free and world-class. There is no doubt that Academic Earth is fighting for the cause. Why?

It’s because this Web page offers free videos from the top universities and scholars. So you’ll be able to review or learn new subjects while practicing your English (all the videos are in English).

You can search the videos by:
  • University: as prestigious as Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford or Yale
  • Subject: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, English, Entrepreneurship, History, Law, Mathematics, Medicine, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psycology and Religion.
  • Top Rated Instructors: people as distinguished as Christensen, Sheila Widnall, Bruno Cabanes, Paula Goldman...
There are also courses about a variety of topics like The Civil War, Linear Algebra or General Human Anatomy, to mention some.

The users/visitors can rate the videos and help in the creation of lists, with the best-rated ones (according to instructor, course or lecture).

A website, 110% recommended, with superb material.

Link | Academic Earth

Note: If you are looking for more free lectures in English (in video, audio or text format), we recommend you visit Lecturefox.

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2 comments:

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whiner said...

Thanks for the link. Will have a look soon.


Cheers.

 

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