Thank Johnathan Cline for letting us know about this on DIYBIO@googlegroups.com. Below is a great list put together by Jimmy Ruska. Jimmy has a blog dedicated to listing free learning resources. You can link to his sites here: http://education.jimmyr.com/online_education.php
I usually do the work for you and give you direct links or embed the videos right in the blog, but I haven't explored all these sites yet, so your just gonna have to dig for yourself this time! :)
#1 UC Berkeley
Ranked as the #1 public school in the United States, Berkeley offers podcasts and webcasts of amazing professors lecturing. Each course has an RSS feed so you can track each new lecture. For printable assignments and notes you can check the professors homepage, which is usually given in the first lecture or google his name. Even though the notes, homework and tests are not directly printed in the berkeley website, as they are in MIT and other courseware sites, it's not a problem to find them. I personally tried to use it for John Wawrzynek's machine structures class and the nutrition courses.
Visit: Berkeley Webcasts
Visit: Berkeley RSS Feeds
Visit: UC Berkeley on Google Video
#2 MIT Open Courseware
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is ranked 7th nationally in the United States. Many of the courses do not have video lectures. Instead, they have notes in PDF format along with tests and homework.
Visit: MIT OpenCourseware Course Listings
Visit: MIT OpenCourseware Online Textbooks
Visit: MIT Courses With Video Lectures
Visit: MITWorld Public Videos
Visit: MIT Pocast: ZigZag
#3 Carnegie Mellon's Open Learning Initiative
Carnegie Mellon is a private research university ranked equal with Berkeley. Though registration is not required they have a registered user mode that allows you to keep track of your scores and progress. Currently 11 courses are offered. The courses are basically ebooks in a frame-based easy to use navigation system with an occasional powerful interactive Java Applet for practice and testing.
Visit: Carnegie Mellon OLI
#4 Utah State OpenCourseWare
Utah State has a very familiar structure as MIT OCW with large available course listing.
Visit: Utah State Course Listings
#5 Tufts OpenCourseWare
Tufts University in Massachusetts has a very familiar structure as MIT OCW with large available course listing.
Visit: Tufts Course Listings
European site called Open University's OpenLearn supported by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Contains many online course and a different style content management system. I was unable to find anything interactive or any streaming media, though it does have forums for each course. Appears to function mostly as a large educational ebook library.
#7 JHSPH OCW
Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health offers health based lecture notes and assigments. You'll find the JHSPH OCW website uses the same familiar navigation structure as MIT OCW. The notes are formatted much more cleanly but I haven't seen exams, and their search bar seems to be broken.
Visit: JHSPH OCW Course Listings
Visit: Johns Hopkins University Podcasts
CNX.org is an open-content library of course materials developed by Rice University. It has a huge database of content which is very useful for people who know what they're looking for. It does have ebook style higher level courses courses you can choose from.
Visit: Connexions Course List
Initiative is led by Foothill College which contains 8 free courses.
#10 University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering
Contains posted lectures and classnotes. Some of the courses even contain video lectures.
Notre Dame OpenCourseware
From the creators of wikipedia, Wikiversity describes itself as being a community seeking to create and use learning materials and activities. Wikibooks is also incredibly powerful already containing everything from a detailed guide to learning French to Organic Chemistry and Nanotechnology.
Contains 1354 educational resources at the time of posting.
Visit: Archive.org Education
Honorable Mention: Peoi.org
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