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Lecture Watch: Yale Online Courses Vol II

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So i've stumbled upon an old post in this blog in which the other guy put several of his favorite lectures from Yale online courses. I thought it was a good idea. And i wanted to do it too. The problem was - i've never really watched Yale Online Courses. Sure, the Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot lecture are amongst my favorite of all time, but beyond that - i've never really tipped into a loophole that is Yale Online Courses. Up until the point when I saw that post.

So here's my lectures of choice for you consideration.

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Lecture Watch: Yale Online Courses

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I like watching online lectures. I watch them as a background while web-surfing. I watch them when i need to learn something fast and certain. I watch them when i have nothing else to do. And I urge you to do the same.

In this post (which i hope will start the series) i will leave several video lectures from Yale Online Courses that i find of particular interest. Titles are self-explanatory so i will hold myself off commenting any further.

Enjoy

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What type of learner are you?

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Learning is an important part of the human cognition. Your individual learning type depends on your distinguishing skills and personality. Do you have talents you would like to develop, but your knowledges are not enough to do it? The first step for realization is to identify your individual learning type. Do you like to draw, write literary novels, poems, discover an unexpected inclination to study exact science or just want to speed up the process of self-education? Then you need to realize that information which you can assimilate depends on how well you memorize and digest the material.Read more