You can access lectures from world-class universities and colleges on business and about every subject imaginable, online for free. Millions of learners around the world are already watching first-rate lectures online, supplied by Harvard, Stanford, MIT, UCLA and other top universities.
I’ve just watched a lecture on The Frankfurt School of Critical Theory and Theodore Adorno’s Aesthetic Theory from Yale, on YouTube, as prep for a course I’m taking in Review and Criticism.
The universities are posting and embedding full-length videos of lectures on YouTube and websites, to be accessed by anyone, anywhere there’s very fast internet access. Going online with lectures enables universities to reduce costs and while focusing resources on what really matters: quality and contact time between teachers and students.
Students in Ghanaian universities can access these online lectures as extra help to what they receive from their professors. One of the advantages of the lectures to students is that they can pause, rewind and replay if they they don’t understand something.