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April 12, 2017

Over 50 Free Great Courses Lectures

In recent months The Great Courses has added over 50 free lectures from their latest courses to their YouTube channel. We'll be adding all these free lectures to our Free Audio & Video Directory soon, but for now we've linked to these lectures on YouTube below. We've also put together a YouTube playlist of all these free course lectures:

Over 50 Free Great Courses Lectures on Our YouTube Playlist

Here are over 50 more lectures that The Great Courses are offering through their YouTube channel. We're linking directly to YouTube for these video lectures. We've renamed them according to the name of the lecture in the course:

-Visualizing Extraordinary Ways to Multiply
-Does Technology Make You Stupid?
-How to Grow Anything: Plan the Garden of Your Dreams
-Mind Bending Math: Voting Paradoxes
-Inexplicable Space
-How To Draw: Linear Perspective
-Why You Stress: Arousal and Value Judgment
-A History of British India: Indian and British Economic Interests
-Mind-Body Philosophy: History of the Soul
-Stonehenge and Archaeoastronomy
-Facets of Religion: Divinity and Devotion
-Great Mythologies of the World: Odysseus
-Effective Communication Skills: The Social Context
-Alexander the Great's Impact on the Jews
-Greek 101: The Greek Alphabet & Pronunciation
-Chemistry and Our Universe: Wave Nature of Light
-Robotics: Self-Driving Vehicles
-The Unfolding Ukraine-Russia Crisis
-The Analects of Confucius: A Bird's-Eye View
-The Big History of Civilizations: Origins of Agriculture
-Fisher and Price: The Growth-Stock Investors
-Train Yourself Like a Dog
-The World Was Never the Same: JFK Assassination
-The Secrets of Great Mystery and Suspense Fiction: The Detective
-The Sack of Rome and Augustine's The City of God
-The Power of a Mathematical Picture
-The Ancient Egyptian Alphabet
-Must-Know Tactical Patterns in Chess
-Napoleon: The Revolutionary Emperor
-Mastering Tai Chi
-How to Stop Worrying and Start Investing
-How to Draw: Proportion
-Three-Dimensional Geometry: Solids
-Basic Structure of the Atom
-English Grammar Boot Camp: Why Do We Care about Grammar?
-The Science of Mindfulness: Who Am I? The Perils of Self
-Roots of Irish Identity: Celts to Monks
-Fundamentals of Photography: Composition
-Religion: Its Meaning and Importance
-An Economic History of the World Since 1400: Introduction
-Engineering and Technology in Your World
-Why America Wrote The Declaration Of Independence
-The Politics and People of The American Revolution
-The Role Women Played in The American Revolution
-The Boston Tea Party as a Turning Point in American History
-The American Revolution: The Most Significant Result of The Enlightenment Period
-Unexpected Economics: Small Choices and Racial Discrimination
-What is the Difference Between Slang and Jargon?
-Scientific Secrets for a Powerful Memory: Encoding Information with Images
-Papal Elections: Then and Now
-A Tour of Central Turkey

And if you haven't yet, be sure to check out The Great Courses Plus. You can now sign up for a free one month trial on TheGreatCoursesPlus.com. For fans of The Great Courses it's overwhelmingly awesome. You subscribe to The Great Courses Plus, and you can then watch 300 great courses and over 6,000 video lectures as much as you want, whenever you want!

After the initial free month, the price is only $19.99/month now! A bargain considering all the great courses you get access to. And if you sign up for a full year the price breaks down to only $14.99/month. We've gone through their entire catalog and there are so many courses and individual lectures we want to watch. You can browse all these courses by category on their website as well:

Browse Over 300 Courses Currently Offered Through the The Great Courses Plus
We've updated a blog post that lays out The Great Courses Plus in more detail and lists all the current courses:

Watch 300 Great Courses on the Great Courses Plus Updated Blog Post