Webcast: Dozens of classes, from archaeology to physics to economics. Most are available as a streaming webcast or downloadable podcast.
YouTube: UC Berkeley's pioneering YouTube portal includes hundreds of videos from popular classes.
Berkeley on iTunes U: Download thousands of free course lectures to your computer or MP3 player.
Latest event webcasts
3rd Annual Bay Area Symposium on Viruses (Jun 12, 2013)
Evidence to Action (May 20, 2013)
Revenue Generation Symposium (May 20, 2013)
Webcast: Hundreds of campus speakers and events, with an archive stretching back to 2002.
YouTube: Online events and speakers, including campus symposiums and popular series.
Berkeley on iTunes U: Hundreds of free recordings from the arts, sciences, public policy and campus life.
Graduate School of Journalism: Events and lectures.
Haas School of Business: Events and lectures.
Goldman School of Public Policy: Events and lectures.
College of Engineering: Events and lectures.
Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archives: Artist talks, lectures and symposia at BAM/PFA.
Cal Performances: Performing-arts program notes.
Art, Technology & Culture Colloquium: Archived talks by artists and media theorists.
Conversations with History: More than 500 interviews with an international cast of movers and shakers, thinkers and artists, conducted since the early 1980s.
Graduate Council Lectures: Interviews and lectures featuring a stellar and influential cast of academic and civic figures.
The CalTV Project: Student-produced informal interviews.
YouTube: Videos of campus life: tours, news, awards, sports and more.
Berkeley on iTunes U: Tours, faculty interviews and feature pieces.
Haas Business: Business school faculty, students, alumni and administrators on Haas programs and admissions.
Regional Oral History Office: Excerpts of interviews with individuals who helped shape the history of the University of California, the San Francisco Bay Area, California and the Western United States.
Media Resources Center: Sound recordings from the Free Speech Movement and other California activist movements of the 1960s and '70s.