Chicago, IL (PressExposure) November 12, 2006 -- Productivity501 has published the second annual list of courses available for free from major universities. This years list contains 145 courses with the full audio content available for free without any type of registration or content.
"We are seeing a shift toward more university content being available online" said Mark Shead, the lists editor. "Last year there were only 30 or 40 complete courses in the list, so this is a dramatic increase." Shead also said that the number of podcasts of course materials online is much higher, but many universities are starting to require a student login to access the recorded materials.
The full list is published at http://www.productivity501.com and contains links to RSS feeds for each course. Individuals can subscribe to specific classes using a tool like iTunes that will automatically download new lectures as they become available.
Universities interested in having their content included in the list should use the contact form at http://www.productivity501.com.