Online Learning

Princeton publishes a broad range of audio and video content that is available online to the University community and to the public. From online courses to three-minute summaries of research findings, these educational and informational multimedia materials span academic disciplines and campus life.


Princeton on Coursera

Princeton faculty offer noncredit courses in a variety of subjects on the educational website Coursera, which partners with dozens of U.S. and international universities. The courses allow for interactive learning through the use of video lectures embedded with quizzes, collaborative forums, online discussion groups and assignments. Users from around the globe may access Coursera for free.


Alumni Association of Princeton

The Alumni Association's online educational programming features compelling content by Princeton faculty and alumni. Resources include online videos of lectures and addresses captured during on-campus events, as well as Alumni Studies offerings in a variety of formats, such as Web-based enrichment courses and interactive webinars.


Princeton Media Central

Princeton's Media Central website offers recorded events, shows and lectures by faculty and invited speakers, ranging from U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to poet Elizabeth Alexander, on topics ranging from online privacy to space exploration.


Princeton on iTunes U

A variety of academic and service offices are collected as podcasts on iTunes U. The wide-ranging podcasts include recordings of public events on campus, including faculty lectures, guest lectures, conference sessions and technology seminars; course lectures; and short video podcasts highlighting aspects of the University such as academics, campus life and civic engagement.


Princeton on YouTube

The main Princeton University YouTube channel highlights short videos on University research, teaching, campus life, civic engagement, international endeavors, and admission and aid.

The Princeton Academics channel showcases a broader range of content that includes public events and lectures, as well as archival material.