Information and the Future

This is the blog of the Information and the Future task force of the Rolfing Library at Trinity International University. The IF task force exists to explore the role of libraries in the future of Christian higher education.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

YouTube professors

The Jan. 25 Chronicle of Higher Education has an article about colleges which have put lectures online. Colleges can set up "channels" which they can brand with their logos and colors. YouTube has been surprised by how popular the video lectures have been. One academic also said it improves the professor's lectures if they know they're being taped.

To find university channels, change the search box in YouTube to search "channel" rather than "video." You can then search for a specific school, or search for "college" or "university."

The article also mentioned a couple of new sites:
Big Think has video interviews with academics and other thinkers. calls itself "the thinking man's YouTube" and streams lectures and debates.


  • At 5:09 PM, Blogger Peteris Krumins said…

    I have been collecting video lectures for 1.5 years now.

    My blog is at Free Science Online.

    I have collected maths, physics, computer science, biology, engineering and many other lectures!

    Peteris Krumins


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