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Tag Archives: iTunes
The MIT Open Courseware project has released a new class on iTunes U: STEM Concept Videos. “The Concept Vignettes are a series of videos produced by the Teaching and Learning Lab (TLL) at MIT, for the Singapore University of Technology and … Continue reading
iTunes U is a great place to hear innovative lectures and learn from international and renown scholars from around the world. This summer, put Stanford’s School of Education on your iTunes enabled device. Learn about current trends and practices in … Continue reading
A reader just forwarded me an interesting article entitled “15 Inspiring Examples of Free Online Education” by OnlineCollege.org. They list a number of gems ranging from online open academies, free resources, and courses offered by world-renowned institutions. They are geared … Continue reading
iTunes U has just released a grouping of free podcasts with a focus on the entrepreneur. One great focus is with a collection of classes (offered through the school of business, economics, social studies, etc) on Entrepreneurship. A few examples of … Continue reading
“Harvard Voices” was originally prepared for the 350th Anniversary of the founding of Harvard College and has been updated for the 375th Anniversary in the fall of 2011. Excerpts from major addresses by public figures and creative artists, as well … Continue reading
Yale offers a free course via iTunes U entitled “The Civil War & Reconstruction.” You can download the free podcast here. The following is the course description: (HIST 119) This course explores the causes, course, and consequences of the American Civil … Continue reading
I’m a huge lover of podcasts – they’re a great resource for shows on your interest, a quick and ready access for free educational material, as well as an apt way to share resources. Apple has put together a great … Continue reading