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Be sure to see our updated page: As you'll see, universities aren't always using YouTube to distribute educational content to the outer world.
It's sometimes about that. But it's also often about "selling" the university -- about PR, in short.
Below, we've put the more meaningful collections at the top of the list. Over time, we'll add new video collections as they come online, and we'll continue to distinguish the good from the only so-so collections.
University of California - Berkeley: This channel was launched in October, and it contains over hours of academic programming. It's a new collection and it already has some good meat to it. Click here and you will find clips from classroom lectures, many presumably coming from MIT's ambitious OpenCourseWare initiative.
You can find a more extensive video collection on the UChannel web site. There are also some filmmakers mixed in — take for example, Peter Greenaway and John Waters. There's hope for this channel in the future. The initial set of substantive videos can be found here.
Some interesting content, and I'm hopeful that it will improve over time.
Heavier emphasis on promotional content; less emphasis on truly educational content. So far this is highly tailored to marketing the b-school and helping students through the application process.
This is not necessarily a bad use of the medium. But it's not what we typically focus on here. Here's a case of a university using YouTube for mostly promotional purposes I'm told by the university, however, that the collection is in its "infant stages" and plans for new, less promotional content are in the works.
Keep an eye out.Sixteen courses and two new platforms for interactive learning will highlight Stanford's free online offerings this fall, with more to follow during winter and spring quarters. Two weeks ago, we mentioned that Stanford will be rolling out seven new courses in its experiment with online learning.
Fast forward to today, and yet another seven courses have been added to the winter lineup, bringing the total to Immediately below, you'll find the latest additions.
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Stanford Engineering Everywhere (SEE) expands the Stanford experience to students and educators online and at no charge. A computer and an Internet connection are all you need. CC licensed Flickr photo shared by David Amsler modified by Paul StaceyReusing existing Open Educational Resources (OER) can save significant time and effort. The OPEN partners recommend TAACCCT grantees invest up-front time finding OER to reuse rather than starting development of new educational resources right away. History. Udacity is the outgrowth of free computer science classes offered in through Stanford University. Thrun has stated he hopes half a million students will enroll, after an enrollment of , students in the predecessor course at Stanford, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, and 90, students had enrolled in the initial two .
Il MIT, partecipando a un progetto denominato OpenCourseWare, ha dato avvio all'iniziativa MIT OpencourseWare, mettendo online un numero considerevole di lezioni filmate (chiamate "lecture") che si basano su libri scritti dagli stessi docenti..
Ogni lezione è provvista della trascrizione della voce dei professori, in modo da mettere in . KAAC is a non-profit, independent, educational service agency. Over 30, students representing over public and private schools participate in KAAC events. MIT OpenCourseWare makes the materials used in the teaching of almost all of MIT's subjects available on the Web, free of charge.
With more than 2, courses available, OCW is delivering on the promise of open sharing of knowledge.