UC Berkeley + YouTube = Never Fearing 8AM Classes Again

UC Berkeley + YouTube = Never Fearing 8AM Classes Again
technology
Christine Huang
  • 4 october 2007

University of California Berkeley has been offering its course material via webcast and podcast for a while now, but it’s foray into YouTube territory is a first for a university. Currently, their offerings include 300 hours of lectures on topics ranging from Physics to Peace and Conflict Studies. A full list of their YouTubed lectures can be found here. (And thanks, TechCrunch, for pointing out some particularly sexy content – watch it here.)

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