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Internet is amazing. There is so much valuable stuff posted out there that it’s an “embarrassment of riches”, kind of… And a good chunk of it is supported either by grants and donations or tax monies, thank you.
Here is one such incredible source of free academic lectures on almost any topic you like: LEARNERS TV.
The videos cover Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Medicine, Management and Accounting, Dentistry, Nursing, Psychology, History, Language Training, Literature, Law, Economics, Philosophy, etc.
Most lectures are an hour or longer, unedited, so you can assume that you’re in that classroom while the professor is delivering the lecture. Excellent for all home-schoolers and other inquiring minds.