University Video Collections

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  • Harvard Video Archive
    • You can find more free Harvard video here.
  • MITWorld
    • A free and open site that provides on-demand video of significant public events at MIT.
  • Oxford Internet Institute
    • Catch webcasts of prominent speakers, events and conferences held by the Oxford Internet Institute.
  • Princeton University Web Media
    • Catch streamed video lectures from Princeton
  • University Channel (Princeton)
    • Princeton has assembled a collection of public affairs lectures, panels and events from academic institutions all over the world. You can find podcasted lectures here from some of the world’s leading thinkers.
  • Stanford Graduate School of Business
    • Audio and video speeches/lectures from one of the leading b-schools in the country.
  • Stanford Humanities Center – Audio/Video Archive
    • An excellent collection of some of the biggest thinkers out there.
  • UC Berkeley (webcasts.berkeley)
    • From this page, you can access webcasts and podcasts of full-fledged Berkeley courses and events.
    • You can also access Berkeley videos straight from Google Video.
  • UCLA
    • UCLA provides live webcasts of important campus events, archives them, and makes them available for on-demand viewing.
  • Yale University – Democratic Vistas
    • As part of Yale’s Tercentennial celebration in 2001, the university presented a series of 15 lectures on the condition and prospects of American democracy. The series, captured in video, features some ofYale’s leading scholars.
  • Yale University – YaleGlobal Online Magazine
    • This online site, run by the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, has numerous video interviews with major international leaders and thinkers — for example, Thomas Friedman, Mohamed ElBaradei, Lawrence Summers and former President Clinton.


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  • Allen Lew

    Surprised you didn’t link to the UC Berkeley Google video page (though it contains mostly the older videos on webcasts.berkeley.edu), but you’ve mentioned it before:

    http://www.oculture.com/weblog/2006/12/uc_berkeley_on_.html

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  • Evan

    What about Academic Earth. It includes most if not all of these, it’s much easier to navigate, and it includes other useful resource materials like class assignments etc…

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    colleges lectures are lot like football and baseball games.

    1. digital video of lecture.

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    Harvard updated “chem 106″ video lecture series

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  • Bill Gates

    knowledge belongs to the world… academic do Not it for the money.. there is little money in academics…

    Public colleges/ Private colleges should give All courses away for Free Free Free..

    Millions. billions in world will benefit.. knowledge. knowledge of the truth belongs to the world….

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    this is a great list of courses and it’s free! thanks.

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