YouTube EDU- This education-specific YouTube channel created in October 2007 provides more than 60,000 videos from over 300 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and India, according to Obadiah Greenberg, the strategic partner manager at YouTube. He says the mission of the site is “to facilitate the distribution of open educational resources to a worldwide audience.”
Academic Earth- Founded by Yale graduate Richard Ludlow in January 2009, the site has around 3,500 videos from 110 courses provided by 10 universities located around the world. Ludlow says the site has had more than 6 million visitors. He says the site hosts only select, complete video courses that have high production quality.
Open Culture- Dan Colman of the Stanford Continuing Studies program founded the site in 2006 to provide free audio books, online courses, movies, language lessons, and E-books. The site has more than 250 courses from institutions of higher education around the globe.