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Sometimes I come across things on the web that immediately make me think of someone that I've worked with in the past. This morning that is exactly what happened when I saw Open Culture's post about the Open University's new 60 Second Adventures in Religion videos . I'm quite sure that my former colleague Bree Roy will be interested in using these videos as short introductions to theories and philosophies about religion. These videos aren't about specific religions rather they're about how theorists have explained religion.
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Below, we have gathered together some of the most intelligent video collections on YouTube.
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We took our collection of 550 Free Online Courses from Great Universities and did a back-of-the-envelope estimate of the total number of hours of free audio/video lectures it offers. A conservative estimate puts it north of 15,000 hours. Pretty staggering, especially considering that these lectures come from world-class institutions like Stanford, MIT, Yale, UC Berkeley, and Oxford.
Browse clips of testimony addressing more than 50 different topics. Registered IWitness users can search and watch full length testimonies. Watch IWitness Testimonies »
Biochemistry Animations Interactive Animations Many of the interactive animations presented here promote the visual conceptualization of complex biochemical processes.
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One of my favorite things about Netflix streaming is that I can watch some great history documentaries on my laptop or tablet.
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Last month I posted a list of useful YouTube channels for history teachers and students. That list proved to be popular so I thought I'd follow-up with a list of useful YouTube channels, not named Khan Academy, for science teachers and students. The Periodic Table of Videos is a YouTube channel produced by The University of Nottingham . One of the more useful playlists in the channel is The Elements . The table features a video demonstration of the characteristics of elements in the Periodic Table of Elements.
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