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Electronic Learning – Social Sciences

  • Conversations with History: The University of California Berkeley offers learners access to more than 500 lectures on history and political topics from some of the most well-known academics in America.
  • Notre Dame Sociology: While OCW at Notre Dame is fairly expansive, there’s an excellent collection of sociology courses to choose from. You can also find courses in anthropology, Middle Eastern studies, and more.
  • NYU Open Education: From a social history of New York to statistical lessons for behavioral sciences, NYU offers a great collection of open learning resources in the social sciences.
  • Open NH: The state of New Hampshire has brought together a number of self-paced tutorials, courses, and collaborative spaces on it’s Open NH website that touch on social studies, education, and literacy.
  • OpenUW: The University of Washington’s open educational site is an amazing place to find courses on literature and history.
  • SALMON Psychology: Professor Paul Kenyon pulled together this great collection of resources for learning and studying psychology.
  • UMSL Sociology: Here, you’ll find a collection of course materials from Robert O. Keel, a professor of sociology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
  • UNCW Sociology and Criminal Justice: Take a look at sociology from a criminal justice point of view with some help from Jammie Price at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.