Yale Open Courses: The New Lineup

I wanted to give everyone a heads up that Yale has just released its second round of “open courses.” And I have to say that the lineup looks great. Let me quickly list them for you:

As always, each course features a syllabus, reading assignments, class notes, and quite polished lectures. The lectures can be downloaded in one of five formats (text, audio, flash video, low bandwidth quicktime video, and high bandwidth quicktime video). And quite notably, Yale has designed the courses to be platform agnostic, meaning that you should be able to download the lectures to any computer or mp3 player. For more on Yale’s Open Course initiative, please visit its official website here. And please note that you can also find these courses in our larger collection of Free Online Courses.

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  • http://cyneuron.blogspot.com cyneuron

    thanks a lot man….really useful…

    love ur feeds…..

  • http://www.artipolis.com/ems/ EMS

    is it possible to take part to this even if not inscribed to any U.S. university?

  • http://www.cabdifataaxtalan.4t.com abdifatah

    i need your courses

  • http://katesjc6189.wordpress.com/ Katharine Juliet Alleyne Hillier

    Thanks for posting these Courses and following MIT in giving us Opencourseware.
    I for one, am extremely grateful that they are available and will make the most of them as I do MIT Opencourseware.

  • Saeed Ahmed

    Come check out the website “podcast parlor” (you can google to get to it)

    Lot’s of discussion on academic podcasts, and live updates of 3 mature blogs featuring reviews and information.

  • http://Billgatesblog Bill Gates

    1. real classroom: 100-200 people can see lecture

    2. Digital classroom: 1-3 billion anytime anywhere can see lecture.

    Billions Billions Billions can see lecture.
    Knowledge belongs to the world. All people of the earth.

  • Dinah

    I highly recommend Yale’s Robert Wyman’s “Global Problems of Population Growth”! A fascinating cross disciplinary look at the history of humanity via anthropology, history, social science and medicine. Great information and great lecturer!

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