University Podcasts Turn Professors into Stars

The New York Times has a nice piece today on uni­ver­si­ty pod­casts and how they’re turn­ing some pro­fes­sors into inter­na­tion­al stars. The arti­cle gives spe­cial atten­tion to Wal­ter Lewin, an MIT physics pro­fes­sor, and high­lights cours­es that you’ll find in our list­ing of free uni­ver­si­ty cours­es. Just as an aside, the arti­cle men­tions at least one course that yours tru­ly helped put togeth­er.

You can access com­plete uni­ver­si­ty cours­es via pod­cast here. If you want a more com­pre­hen­sive list of uni­ver­si­ty pod­casts (which will give you access to many lec­tures, but not nec­es­sar­i­ly com­plete cours­es), click here.

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