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.
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.
Latest event webcasts
UC Berkeley Extension's Free Public Lectures (May 11, 2015)
Fostering Resilience and Health in Food Systems (Apr 15, 2015)
California Votes: A Postmortem on the 2014 Election (Feb 6, 2015)
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.