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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  • cyneuron says:

    thanks a lot man.…really use­ful…

    love ur feeds.….

  • EMS says:

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

  • abdifatah says:

    i need your cours­es

  • 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 says:

    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.

  • Bill Gates says:

    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 says:

    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!

  • Great arti­cle. Thanks for shar­ing!…

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