Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Free video lectures


I just came across this resource today which I have not had a lot of time to explore, however, it looks promising. This website resource claims to have on-demand free video lectures from the world's leading scientists.

Check it out here: videolectures.net

2 comments:

Peteris Krumins said...

Wow, thanks for posting this. I never knew this website. It's very nicely done.

Btw, I have a blog on free education with links to lectures in physics, maths, engineering, computer science, history etc.:
Free Science Online

Terence Armentano, M.Ed. said...

Thanks for commenting on my blog and sharing your blog on free education resources. It looks good. I may cite it on my blog at some point. One suggestion I have that would make your blog more user friendly would be to label your posts, using the blogger "labels" tool. For example, if your post is about Math, label it "Math" and then have your labels displayed on the right hand side of the screen. That way, if a math teacher wants to quickly find all of your Math resources, they could do so easily by selecting your Math label. Other systems refer to this as tagging, however, blogger seems to like the name label. Go figure :-) Hope you continue to enjoy TerenceOnline.