Sergey Brin of Google presents at a U.C. Berkeley class “Search Engines: Technology, Society and Business”
With the addition of six full college classes from U.C. Berkeley now on Google Video (over 250 hours), it’s getting to feel more like I might be able to attend someday in the not too distant future.
“Visitors will find a half-dozen Berkeley courses in their entirety, including “Physics for Future Presidents,” “Integrative Biology,” and “Search Engines: Technology, Society and Business,” featuring a lecture by Google co-founder Sergey Brin.”
Who knows, maybe Berkeley will pull out all the stops on their open source educational experiment and start doing this with livecasts and open up their class Q&A for the world’s students to participate. If done right, can you imagine the potential dialog and learning that could take place? It boggles my mind. Click here to see U.C. Berkeley’s dedicated Google video page (they’re the first college to have their own dedicated video page on Google).