Now you don’t need to be a Stanford student to view Robert Sapolsky’s famous course in Human Behavioral Biology (iTunes). Sapolsky, renowned for his research fieldwork
with wild baboons and his best-selling books, is also popular on the internet, where videos of his lectures have been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people. A few sample lectures from his Human Behavioral Biology course were posted on Google video in 2009 (see Neurobiology of sex: the birds, the bees, baboons and us), but now Stanford University has made the entire course available on iTunesU.
Nice going, Stanford.