Online education resources

My mother sent me the information bellow which is from the March 2011 Reader's Digest.

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Did you know the following?
  • America’s top professors are putting their courses online.
  • The OpenCourseWare movement took off in the US when MIT began uploading classroom material without charge in 2002.
  • A Google search for free online education turns up over 320 million results.
 
The following are examples of two free online teachers and the URLs for their classes:
 
Marian C. Diamond, UC Berkeley, General Human Anatomy: The Human Brain and Muscular System at:
 
Richard Feyman, Cornell University, Law of Gravitation at:
 
 
Below are five of the best collections of free courses:
 
Academic Earth (academicearth.org):
Browse lectures at such schools as Harvard, Stanford, and Yale; post questions and comments; see which lectures get A+ grades from fellow users.
 
The Einstein Knowledge Network (einztein.com):
Access to complete courses, including downloadable syllabuses and document, across more than 35 categories, from 100-plus university providers.
 
Khan Academy (khanacademy.org):
Khan is very wise man lecturing on hundreds of topics. Heavy emphasis on numbers and science. On YouTube, Khan is reaching 300,000 people a month.
 
Open Culture (openculture.com):
A smart guide to free audio books, language lessons, academic podcasts, classes, and intelligent video sites.
 
YouTube EDU (youtube.com/education):
The site’s sprawling academic collection features content from more than 300 college and universities from ten countries in seven languages.