News from the Wired Campus Blog:
PBS and NPR are now posting taped interviews and videos of lectures by academics, adding to the growing number of free lectures online.
Their site, called Forum Network, says it makes thousands of lectures available, including the Harvard professor Michael Sandel's take on calculating happiness in a lecture called "How to Measure Pleasure," and a discussion by a Northeastern University professor, Nicholas Daniloff, about the difficulties of reporting in Russia in a lecture called "Of Spies and Spokesmen: The Challenge of Journalism in Russia."
The Forum Network is now happily added to our collection, Intelligent Video: The Top Cultural & Educational Video Sites. (You will find about 50 intelligent video sites here.) For more free educational content, be sure to visit our collection of Free University Courses. It now features 200 free courses from leading universities, and you can download them all to your computer or mp3 player.