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Related Online Learning Content at Harvard 

Harvard has produced online courses and other forms of digital learning for several decades with the goal of making educational content available to a global audience. On this page, you will find links to a selection of Harvard's publicly available online learning content. Experience courses, public lectures, and other unique examples of Harvard's learning content on the web.

Harvard on YouTube EDU

  • The Longwood Seminars - Harvard Medical School faculty members discuss topics ranging from meditation to aging in these mini-med school classes for the public. 
  • Harvard Thinks Big - Harvard Thinks Big is a student-run event that invites some of Harvard’s renowned faculty to speak to the undergraduate community in Sanders Theatre. 
  • Science and Cooking - This public lecture series discusses concepts from the physical sciences that underpin both everyday cooking and haute cuisine. Each lecture features a world-class chef who visited and presented their remarkable culinary designs.

Harvard on iTunesU

  • Michael Sandel’s “Justice” - Justice is one of the most popular courses in Harvard's history.  Nearly one thousand students pack Harvard's historic Sanders Theatre to hear Professor Sandel talk about justice, equality, democracy, and citizenship.
  • Statistics 110: Probability - Statistics 110 (Probability), is taught by Joe Blitzstein (Professor of the Practice, Harvard Statistics Department) and contains lecture videos, review materials, and over 250 practice problems with detailed solutions. This course is an introduction to probability as a language and set of tools for understanding statistics, science, risk, and randomness.
  • Culture & Belief 23: The Hebrew Scriptures in Judaism and Christianity - This course surveys how the interpretation (and reinterpretation) of the Hebrew Scriptures spawned two rival cultural systems, Judaism and Christianity. 

Harvard on SoundCloud

Harvard @ Home

Harvard Extension School

Harvard Medical School



Chandra X-ray Observatory Center

  • NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, which was launched and deployed by Space Shuttle Columbia in July of 1999, is the most sophisticated X-ray observatory built to date. Chandra is designed to observe X-rays from high energy regions of the universe, such as the remnants of exploded stars. View images captured by the observatory and investigate the research being done. 


  • Conversations@FAS includes an archive of panel discussions that imagine how current trends may transform the way Harvard faculty teach and carry out their research.

The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health

  • On Demand Webcasts In the 21st Century, decisions about health issues require intense cooperation and understanding between scientific experts and those in a position to make and implement policy decisions affecting populations worldwide. The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health hopes to provide decision-makers with a global platform to discuss policy choices and scientific controversies, allowing participants to leverage their collective knowledge.

Great Teachers

  • Harvard’s Great Teachers invites you to discover our faculty sharing their ideas, very much as they do every day with undergraduates at Harvard College. Through classroom discussions, lectures, interviews and performances, you can experience firsthand the liberal arts college at the heart of one of the world's premier research universities. For each faculty member we profile, you will find a collection of interrelated videos that, taken together, offer you a portrait of his or her work as a teacher here at Harvard.

Harvard DASH

HBS Working Knowledge

  • Harvard Business School Working Knowledge provides an early look at the latest research from the Harvard Business School faculty.

The Institute of Politics John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum

  • Past Forum Videos - An archive of videos featuring world leaders, diplomats, government officials, celebrities, and political strategists discussing issues affecting politics around the globe.

Life Sciences Outreach Program

Media Archaeology of Place

      • Combining new media art practice with critical inquiry and ethnographic research, Boston and other sites serve as laboratories for exploring different modes of representing place. Films, maps, sound recordings, videos, and other media artifacts are treated as archaeological objects and are re-interpreted for public exhibition online and in physical spaces.

Usable Knowledge

      • The goal of the Usable Knowledge web site is to provide educational leaders with crisp and convenient access to research that can be used to improve education – learning, teaching, institutional organization, and policy. Usable Knowledge is a creation of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where research, practice, and policy work together to advance learning.

WIDE World: On-line learning for educators

      • WIDE World is a program designed to help educators explore in their classrooms and schools teaching for understanding, assessing for understanding, and multiple intelligences. 

Woodberry Poetry Room

Home to an unparalleled collection of 20th and 21st century English-language poetry materials, the Woodberry Poetry Room features a circulating collection of poetry monographs and anthologies, an encyclopedic array of poetry journals and magazines, a landmark collection of audio recordings, and the Blue Star collection of rare manuscripts, chapbooks and ephemera.