Yale Courses on YouTube

In the past, I have writ­ten about Yale’s best-of-breed Open Course ini­tia­tive, which makes avail­able 15 free cours­es. They’re all record­ed in high qual­i­ty video and can be down­loaded in mul­ti­ple for­mats. You can access the full list here. Some­where along the line (I’m not sure exact­ly when), Yale made these cours­es avail­able on a ded­i­cat­ed YouTube chan­nel, which means that you have anoth­er way to access these fine offer­ings. Above, I’ve fea­tured a lec­ture on Jack Ker­ouac’s On the Road from a course called “The Amer­i­can Nov­el Since 1945.” You can find all of these Yale cours­es in our Free Uni­ver­si­ty Course col­lec­tion. And, I’ve added the Yale YouTube chan­nel to our list called Intel­li­gent YouTube Col­lec­tions.

Relat­ed Con­tent:

Stan­ford Launch­es YouTube Chan­nel, Oprah Gives Grad­u­a­tion Speech

UCLA on YouTube

Kerouac’s “On the Road” Turns 50

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  • Ashley HY Chen says:

    The lec­tures are so good! I can’t tell you how much David Swen­son’s lec­tures have ben­e­fit­ed me! How I wish I can ask him ques­tions…

  • Ashley HY Chen says:

    I hope to help improve the qual­i­ty of videos: In Robert Schiller’s finan­cial lec­tures the cam­corder seemed to focus on Schiller’s back when Schiller was point­ing to data pro­ject­ed on the board with lass­er pen and talk­ing about those data, it’s frus­trat­ing not to be able to see what’s on the board…Robert Schiller is a good-look­ing gen­tle­man but per­haps more screen time can be giv­en to the board?

  • Ko Than Naing says:

    i love Physics

  • Richard says:

    I like the lec­tures a lot but is it pos­si­ble to improve the light­ing on the
    Euro­pean Civ­i­liza­tion, 1648–1945 (HIST 202) course from John Mer­ri­mane?

    I hope to hear from you

    With kind regards

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