Saturday, October 6th 2007

University of California Berkeley Uploads Free Lectures to YouTube

Recently, UC Berkeley started uploading videos of their lectures to YouTube for the masses to view, free of charge. YouTube now is a host to over 300 hours of lectures on bioengineering, peace and conflict studies, and physics, according to the UC Berkeley. As time goes on, UC Berkeley hopes to upload more lectures to YouTube, and on more topics. "UC Berkeley on YouTube will provide a public window into university life - academics, events and athletics - which will build on our rich tradition of open educational content for the larger community," according to Christina Maslach, the vice provost for undergraduate education.Source: Neowin
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3 Comments on University of California Berkeley Uploads Free Lectures to YouTube

#2
Weer
Wow, that's awesome.

I just wish they'd have named the lectures, instead of assigning them a number.
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
This is wonderful use of youtube and long distance learning, so to speak. Also cheaper for those who cannot make such lectures.
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