iTunes U

It took this Guardian story on the resurgence of the public lecture for me to realize what an awesome resource iTunes U is.

I see my alma mater is well represented. And now I can cure that niggling sense of inferiority I must share with all non-English majors who come to literature later in life and finally audit English 45C. I think I’ll treat myself and skip right ahead to track 7: “Henry James. The Beast in the Jungle.”

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