Every so often a web site comes along which really excites me, VideoLectures.Net is such a portal. I can't stress to highly that you must visit this web service (doesn't mean you have to ignore my other posts!). VideoLectures.Net is sponsored by some of Europe's leading technology societies, and the wealth of free engineering lectures is dumbfounding. Here are just a few examples ... which also demonstrate some of the content categories:
- Conferences (all): The International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media
- Lectures (all): Machine Learning from Cambridge University
- Interviews (all): Tim Berners Lee
- Tutorials (all): Fuzzy Logic Tutorial from the Konstanz University
It goes without saying (but I'll say it anyhow!) that this content has been added to the Engineering Learning Wiki Lecture Section and its embedded custom Google Co-op Search Engine. As I spend more time on the site I will integrate it with more sections of the wiki.
Did I mention you will find nary an advertisement on VideoLectures.Net! This service truly is promoted the concept that knowledge should be free. As a final aside, even if you are not a technologist, link on over and you'll find sections ranging from Business to Philosophy. However, the primary focus of the site is technology based content.