Yale Rolls Out 10 New Courses – All Free

This week, Yale University rolled out its latest batch of open courses. This release, the first since October 2009, features 10 new courses, and brings the total number to 35. Find the complete list here.

We have listed the new additions below, and added them to our ever-growing list of 350 Free Online Courses. As always, Yale gives you access to their courses in multiple formats. You can download lectures (usually in audio and video) from iTunes, or directly from the Yale web site. And then, of course, YouTube is a good third option…



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  1. charlesfrith says . . . | April 15, 2011 / 12:50 pm

    Disintermediation of education is happening.

  2. David Hirsch, Yale CMI2 says . . . | April 15, 2011 / 6:20 pm

    thanks for the good word, Dan. The playlists are all up (new offerings highlighted in blue) on Yale’s YouTube page:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/YaleCourses#g/p

  3. Bracken Begley says . . . | April 15, 2011 / 7:06 pm

    Education, opening up to the world!

  4. Open Culture says . . . | April 15, 2011 / 7:49 pm

    Thanks David for letting me know. The YouTube links are now updated.

    Good to hear from you, and keep up the great work!

    Cheers,
    Dan

  5. Open Culture says . . . | April 15, 2011 / 7:49 pm

    Thanks David for letting me know. The YouTube links are now updated.

    Good to hear from you, and keep up the great work!

    Cheers,
    Dan

  6. Conteflas says . . . | April 15, 2011 / 8:21 pm

    Awesome!

  7. David says . . . | April 17, 2011 / 3:05 pm

    Thanks for sharing!

  8. David says . . . | April 17, 2011 / 3:05 pm

    Thanks for sharing!

  9. Wight Martindale says . . . | April 27, 2011 / 1:06 pm

    Thank you to Yale for offering these course. It is a generous gift to the thousands of people who would have benefitted from Yale, but of course Yale can’t take everyone. So for those of us who care, this most kind and deeply appreciate. Wight Martindale

  10. Diane says . . . | November 12, 2011 / 8:29 am

    Great to hear that Yale is offering courses and am sure it’s appreciated.

  11. andreea says . . . | April 5, 2012 / 1:07 am

    Amazing gesture and amazing initiative !
    I do not know if the world will become a better place but it will surely become smarter:) Thank you Yale!

  12. chris says . . . | April 11, 2014 / 12:24 pm

    Beware of “Foundations of Modern Social Theory!” Iván Szelényi may know about social theory, but his knowledge of English history, at least, is abysmal. In lecture #2, on Hobbs, he states, for instance, that Henry XVIII had three wives, the first of whom was Catherine of “Avignon” (she was actually Cathrine of Aragon). Then he confuses Mary I of England with Mary, Queen of Scots, and has Mary I “resigning” the throne and later being executed by Elisabeth I. There are several other mistakes which I won’t list here..I can’t believe Yale University let this video out. Granted, the lecturer isn’t a historian, but he could have had an intelligent history student fact-check his material!

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