Free online distance learning
LINKS TO FREE ONLINE DISTANCE LEARNING AND QUALITY EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS
EDSITEMENT: THE BEST OF THE HUMANITIES ON THE WEB: http://edsitement.neh.gov/
Covers Literature and Language Arts, History and Social Studies, Foreign Language, and Art and Culture.
INCLUDES FREE LESSON PLANS FOR TEACHERS AND HINTS ON HOW TO TEACH AND WHAT RESOURCES TO USE.
MERLOT: http://www.merlot.org/Home.po (MERLOT stands for Multi Media Educational Resources for Learning and Online Teaching.) Resources submitted by professional educators from a variety of institutions. See especially the what’s new section for the latest educational resources: http://www.merlot.org/home/WhatsNew.po
MIT’S OPEN COURSE SOFTWARE: FREE FULL ACCESS TO ONLINE COURSES AT MIT, THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. (Includes links to Lecture Notes from Professors, Student Projects, Syllabus of each Course, Reading Assignments and tests. An amazing full-text resource!) http://ocw.mit.edu
FINANCE COURSES ON THE WEB:
SYLLABI OF COURSES ON THE MIDDLE EAST:
BIOETHICS RESOURCES ON THE WEB:
COPYRIGHT RESOURCES ONLINE:
YALE UNIVERSITY, FREE VIDEO LECTURES:
then in the Search Window, type video for a listing of free video lectures.
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, WORLD LECTURE HALL
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME: OPEN COURSE WARE
TUFTS UNIVERSITY: http://ocw.tufts.edu/ COVERS ONLINE COURSES IN THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY among other topics.
UC BERKELEY ON GOOGLE VIDEO: http://youtube.com/ucberkeley
From classic literature to emerging technologies, the curricula of academic departments span the wide world of thought and knowledge. The university has embraced public service as an essential part of its mission since 1868. The content on this page—drawn from campus seminars, courses and events—is just one part of UC Berkeley’s commitment to the dissemination of knowledge.
YALE UNIVERSITY: FREE ONLINE COURSES: http://open.yale.edu/courses/
VIRTUAL COURSEWARE FOR SCIENCE AND THE ENVIRONMENT: Virtual Courseware [Macromedia Flash Player] http://www.sciencecourseware.org/eecindex.php
This Virtual Courseware website brings together a number of thematic instructional resources for science educators. Within each module are a number of self-guided tutorials and explanatory materials for instructors to use in their classrooms. This website will be a great find for science teachers working with college or high school students.