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Beaucoup de ces vidéos sont au format .rm, il faut installer RealPlayer – Téléchargement gratuit Vous devrez vous enregistrer (choisissez "basic setup") auprés de Real Networks pour finir l'installation. RealPlayer fait également partie du Google pack.
- Conversations with History : google video search results page for the Conversations with History serie of interviews by Harry Kreisler of the Institute for International Studies ("...interdisciplinary research in international, comparative, and policy studies on the Berkeley campus of the University of California.")
- Graduate Council Lectures; UCTV productions from the Berkeley campus : Hitchcock, Foerster, Howison, Jefferson, Moses lectures and interviews
- Library of congress webcasts : Hundreds of videos; close to 280 in the "Biography-History" section, over 400 in "Poetry, Literature".
- Grey Matters, UCTV (university of California in San Diego television)
- Ted talks : "TED (meant originally: "technology, entertainment, design", but the scope of the talks has now much broadened): "Inspired talks by the world's greatest thinkers and doers", no more no less, how is it I haven't been invited yet? I know: their contract must have got lost in the bulk of spam I used to have my mailboxes filled with. Not very smart to let that happen, but how is one to avoid the public relation crap, an even worse kind of unsolicited information than regular spam. Some interesting stuff all the same: The talks on Google
- Harvard Extension School : If you want a crash course on computers and the internet a must-see is the Harvard Extension School Computer Science E-1: Understanding Computers and the Internet lectures serie: twelve 90 minutes videos, worshops, reviews, problems. The almost all-encompassing introduction to computers, the internet and multimedia. For free of course, as long as you have a DSL connection.
- See also : Harvard’s online sample lectures
- Princeton University Event streaming webmedia: Public Lecture Series, Center for the Study of Religion, Hamilton Lecture Series, School of Architecture, President's Lecture Series, James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Stafford Little Lecture, The Inaugural Lectures of The Scribner Series, Cloning Series,From "Sequencing the Human Genome to Monasticism in Western Society: From Marginality to the Establishment and Back". I didn't count them all but there must be close to 200 streams on all kinds of subjects.
- Authors@Google: Many interviews and speeches by all kinds of people.
- European Graduate School: Lectures for the students of the European Graduate School EGS, Media and Communication Studies department program.
- Google video for MIT opencourseware : downloadable courses and video lectures
Check also MIT world video index
- University of Washington: Computer Science and Engineering : Introductory Programming - Twenty seven lectures by Martin Dickey. Learn the basics of programming in C. Streams or zipped files for download (ppt slides MS powerpoint or Open Office).
- Oxford internet institute : webcasts on various aspects of the internet
- UCLA office of instructional development : Course Webcasting on life sciences, economics, anthropology ...
- Royal Institution of Great Britain Christmas Lectures, since 1825: "Celebrating science research and science communication". A few PDF transcripts here and some videos there.
- Columbia video network : Watch the first two weeks of classes for free if you are not sure whether you must understand the intricacies of "Game Theory Models of Operation" or those of "Elementary Stochastic Processes".
- Lecturefox : Many pages of links to free university lectures
- World lecture hall : Another lectures portal from the university of Texas.