Great Courses Plus Now Offers a 30-Day Free Trial: 7,000 Video Lectures Covering Philosophy, Photography & More

We’ve told you about the Great Cours­es Plus (now called Won­dri­um) before–a new video sub­scrip­tion ser­vice that lets you watch free cours­es (about 8,000 lec­tures in total) across a wide range of sub­jects, all taught by some of the best lec­tur­ers in the coun­try. The top­ics cov­er every­thing from His­to­ry, Phi­los­o­phy, Lit­er­a­ture, and Eco­nom­ics, to Math, Sci­ence, Pro­fes­sion­al Devel­op­ment, Cook­ing, and Pho­tog­ra­phy. And you can binge-watch entire col­lege cours­es in a mat­ter of days by watch­ing videos on your TV, tablet, lap­top and smart phone, with the help of apps designed for Apple, Google Play, Kin­dle Fire, and Roku.

Inter­est­ed in try­ing out this ser­vice? Right now, the Great Cours­es Plus/Wondrium is offer­ing a spe­cial deal for Open Cul­ture read­ers. If you click here, and sign up for a free tri­al, you can use this ser­vice for 30 days … for free. And then, if you would like, you can con­tin­ue to sub­scribe and pay their nor­mal prices. If you have time on your hands, this is a great way to keep your mind engaged and stream what PC Mag­a­zine has called “an excel­lent library of col­lege-lev­el lec­tures.”

Note: The Great Cours­es is a part­ner with Open Cul­ture. So if you sign up for a free tri­al, it ben­e­fits not just you and Great Cours­es Plus. It ben­e­fits Open Cul­ture too. So con­sid­er it win-win-win.

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  • Daniel says:

    The cours­es look amaz­ing, but why do I have to select a pay­ment plan and pro­vide my billing infor­ma­tion when I want to try out their ser­vices?

    If it’s a “FREE tri­al”, it should be free and IF I decide it’s worth it, THEN I would decide whether to chose a month­ly or annu­al sub­scrip­tion.

    But pro­vid­ing my billing infor­ma­tion before­hand with the promise I can can­cel it before it runs out makes me very, very skep­ti­cal. That’s some­thing I usu­al­ly asso­ciate with bait-and-switch ser­vices.

  • Allen Lang says:

    I cur­rent­ly have six Great Cours­es under weigh. More stim­u­lat­ing than most movies.

  • Jordain Blanchard says:

    I would like access to my tv,and any videos on alter­na­tive medicine,or mar­tial arts.nMaste

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