From this release:
The best of college is now available, for free, without unpleasantries such as 8 a.m. classes, pop quizzes or term papers.
In a new deal with Google Video, the University of California-Berkeley is sharing with the public, via the Internet, dozens of videotaped seminars, speeches, special events and even entire courses taught by some of the campus' leading professors.
``It's click and play,'' said Dan Mogulof, director of public affairs at the university.
Easy to view and accessible to everyone, the Web site offers more than 100 introductory-level lectures in subjects such as physics, biology, chemistry, information systems and bioengineering. Viewers can't earn credit, but they don't have to find a parking space either.
Any of my biology, chemistry, or health-sciences colleagues want to take a crack at comparing those topic areas?
Start learning right now! Here is the link to all the Cal content on Google.