- Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative
- A collection of free online courses and course materials. Courses range from physics and chemistry, to french and statistics, to economics and calculus.
- Columbia University – The Fathom Archive
- This archive, provided by Columbia University, offers access to a complete range of free content developed by member institutions for Fathom. The member institutions included the University of Chicago, University of Michigan, London School of Economics, British Museum, and British Public Library, among others.
Columbia University – e-Seminars
- Columbia offers here a series of e-seminars, which are three to five hour online classes. Registration is required. However, Columbia offers a 60-day free trial before asking for payment.
- Cornell University
- Harvard University
- CyberOne: Law in the Court of Public Opinion. Click here to access. Also see Open Culture description.
- Homeric Odyssey and the Cultivation of Justice. Cick here to access.
- Understanding Computers and the Internet. Click here for more info.
- Johns Hopkins School of Public Health – OpenCourseWare
- The project provides access to course materials from the school’s most popular courses.
- MIT OpenCourseWare
- Provides access to MIT syllabi and course materials for educators, students,
and self-learners around the world. MIT is the leader in the OpenCourseWare initiative.
- MIT OpenCourseware (with Video and Audio)
MIT’s OpenCourseware initiative mostly focuses on providing educators
with syllabi, reading lists and lecture notes for MIT courses, the
university has decided to provide more complete video and audio
elements for some courses. You can access the list here.
- Notre Dame OpenCourseWare
- A very diversified set of educational resources for faculty,
students, and self-learners throughout the world.
- The OpenCourseWare Consortium is a collaboration of more than 100
higher education institutions worldwide committed to creating free and open digital publications of high quality educational materials. Here you can find a complete list of universities offering OpenCourseWare.
- The Open University’s OpenLearn website provides free and open educational resources for learners and educators around the world.
- ParisTech “Grad School” OpenCourseWare
- A large collection of free course materials presented by eleven of France’s foremost scientific and engineering institutions.
- Tufts OpenCourseWare
- Following MIT, Tufts is making available its syllabi, reading lists and course materials for educators around the world. They’re putting a focus on medicine, dentistry, nutrition, foreign relations, and arts & sciences.
- Columbia Interactive
- A gateway toselected electronic learning resources developed at Columbia University.
- Duke University Law School
- Webcasts of campus presentations.
- Georgetown Law
- A collection of lectures from Washington’s major law school.
- Harvard @Home
- More than 60 multimedia rich
programs on topics ranging from Stem Cells to Beethoven.
- Harvard – Kennedy School of Government
- Harvard Law School – Webcast Collection
- Harvard Video Archive
- You can find more free Harvard video here.
- 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)
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
- From this page, you can access webcasts and podcasts of full-fledged Berkeley courses.
- UCLA provides live webcasts of important campus
events, archives them, and makes them available for on-demand
- 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 of Yale’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.
University Radio Shows
Georgetown University Forum
- The Georgetown University Forum is a weekly radio program highlighting
the research and expertise of Georgetown University faculty.