Yale Introduces Another Seven Free Online Courses, Bringing Total to 42

It’s April, which means it’s time for a new batch of Open Cours­es from Yale Uni­ver­si­ty. The lat­est release adds anoth­er six cours­es to the mix, bring­ing Yale’s total to 42. We have list­ed the new addi­tions below, and also added them to our ever-grow­ing list of Free Online Cours­es. As always, Yale gives you access to their cours­es in mul­ti­ple for­mats. You can gen­er­al­ly down­load their lec­tures via YouTube, iTunes or Yale’s Open Course web site.

  • African Amer­i­can His­to­ry: From Eman­ci­pa­tion to the Present — Web Site — Jonathan Hol­loway
  • Finan­cial Mar­kets 2011YouTube — Robert Shiller
  • Fresh­man Organ­ic Chem­istry IIYouTubeiTunesWeb Site — J. Michael McBride
  • Hem­ing­way, Fitzger­ald, Faulkn­erYouTube — Wai Chee Dimock
  • Phi­los­o­phy and the Sci­ence of Human Nature — YouTube — iTunes Audio — Web Site — Tamar Gendler
  • The Atmos­phere, the Ocean, and Envi­ron­men­tal Change — YouTube — iTunes — Web Site — Ronald B. Smith
  • The Ear­ly Mid­dle Ages, 284‑1000YouTubeiTunesWeb Site — Paul H. Freed­man

Note: Ear­li­er this week, my local NPR sta­tion fea­tured a big con­ver­sa­tion about Dis­rup­tive Inno­va­tion in High­er Edu­ca­tion. Guests includ­ed Salman Khan (Khan Acad­e­my), Sebas­t­ian Thrun (Udac­i­ty), Anant Agar­w­al (MITx) and Ben Nel­son (The Min­er­va Project). You can lis­ten to their wide-rang­ing con­ver­sa­tion here.

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  • CC says:

    OYC released 7 new cours­es! You’re miss­ing Prof. Paul Freed­man’s HIST 210: The Ear­ly Mid­dle Ages, 284‑1000.

  • This is a great and very infor­ma­tive write up enhanc­ing all o our knowl­edge. We expect such write ups in future as well.

  • IngridM says:

    Thanks for giv­ing the oppor­tu­ni­ty to peo­ple to have access to your cours­es on line. I fol­lowed the intro­ducion to psy­chol­o­gy and the psy­chol­o­gy of food last year. Both cours­es were so inter­est­ing :)

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