iPod lectures aim to quench thirst for knowledge

11/25/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

One of philosophy professor Hubert Dreyfus's best students is a 61-year-old trucker who downloads Dreyfus's University of California Berkeley existentialism lectures free from iTunes. Twenty-eight colleges and universities now post certain courses on iTunes, with the aim of allowing those long-separated from classrooms to learn free of charge from the world's top scholars.

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