Learn from the Best: On-Demand Online Video Lectures

With 5+ educational and entertaining livestream videos every week, we’re constantly adding great online video lectures to our library. Our online video lectures are taught by the most popular professors at (150 and counting!) the country’s most prestigious universities, including; Harvard, Yale, Berkeley, Columbia, Stanford, and many others. Below are some recent additions to our online video lectures library as well as some student favorites. You can browse by category or by typing some keywords into the search bar to the left. We stream a new video lecture every weekday at 4 pm ET, and that video is added to our video library so you can view it at any time. Access to all recorded online video lectures comes standard with our membership, click here to learn more.

Please note: all Livestream (Upcoming) video lecture times are in EDT unless otherwise noted. Enjoy!

Watch Hundreds of Online Video Lectures Below:

Category : Live Stream

Rembrandt: Portraits of Genius
Tina Ryan – Albright-Knox Art Gallery (formerly Columbia U)

10/25/2021 4:00 pm

The Remarkable Life of Teddy Roosevelt
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

10/27/2021 4:00 pm

The Statue of Liberty: The Full (little known) Story
Edward O’Donnell

10/28/2021 4:00 pm

Defund the Police? What that Means, and What it Doesn’t
Alex S. Vitale – Brooklyn College

10/29/2021 4:00 pm

Free Press in America: Franklin, Jefferson and Paine
Chris Daly – Boston University

11/01/2021 4:00 pm

Who Makes History? The Rare Leaders Who Change the World
Gautam Mukunda – Harvard Kennedy School

11/02/2021 4:00 pm

What is Money? From the Beginning to Bitcoin
Frederick Kaufman – City University of New York

11/03/2021 4:00 pm

The Epic Story of the American Railroad
Christian Wolmar – Fellow, The Royal Historical Society

11/04/2021 4:00 pm

British Royal Scandals: From Mad George to Megxit
Julie Taddeo – University of Maryland

11/05/2021 4:00 pm

Why Cuba Matters So Much: Past, Present, and Future
Jennifer Lambe – Brown University

11/08/2021 4:00 pm

Religion and the Brain: Where Science Meets Spirituality
Andrew Newberg – Thomas Jefferson University

11/09/2021 4:00 pm

WWI and The Lost Battalion: The Big Story of the Biggest Battle in US History
Daniel Breen – Brandeis University

11/10/2021 4:00 pm

Gene Editing: The Science and Ethics of the World’s Most Controversial Technology
Jacob Appel – Brown University

11/11/2021 4:00 pm

Who Was Spinoza and Why Should We Care?
Steven Nadler – University of Wisconsin-Madison

11/12/2021 4:00 pm

Richard Nixon and American Politics: A Troubled Legacy
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

11/15/2021 4:00 pm

Reinventing English: The Troubled Future of Reading, Writing, and Thinking
Seth Lerer – University of California at San Diego

11/16/2021 4:00 pm

Are the Machines Taking Over? The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong – Duke University

11/17/2021 4:00 pm

The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: Four Surprising New Discoveries
Stephen Brusatte – University of Edinburgh

11/18/2021 4:00 pm

The Thanksgiving Dilemma: Reevaluating Our Annual Celebration
Peter Mancall

11/22/2021 4:00 pm

The Gettysburg Address: Lincoln's Most Famous Speech
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

11/23/2021 4:00 pm

The National Parks in American History
Richard Newman – Rochester Institute of Technology

11/24/2021 4:00 pm

The True Story of the Mayflower Voyage
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

11/25/2021 4:00 pm

Presidential Transfers of Power: From Washington to Trump
Harold Holzer / Hunter College

11/26/2021 4:00 pm

Vietnam: Looking Back at America's (Second) Longest War
Scott Kaufman – Francis Marion University

11/29/2021 4:00 pm

In Our Prime: How Older Americans Are Reinventing the Road Ahead
Susan J. Douglas – University of Michigan

11/30/2021 4:00 pm

Rosa Parks: Her True Story and Legacy
Brenna Wynn Greer / Wellesley College

12/01/2021 4:00 pm

Europe, Russia, and Mexico: An Analysis of U.S. Policy
William Burke-White – University of Pennsylvania

12/06/2021 4:00 pm

Literature's Nobel Prize: Who Won, Who Didn’t, and Why It All Matters
Joseph Luzzi – Bard College

12/09/2021 4:00 pm

The Berlin Wall: From Construction to Demolition
Vejas Liulevicious – University of Tennessee, Knoxville

12/14/2021 4:00 pm

Champagne: The Bottle and The Business
William Schragis – Culinary Institute of America

12/15/2021 4:00 pm

American Palaces: The Age of Opulence
Frances Morrone – NYU

12/17/2021 4:00 pm

Christmas in America: What's Going on Here?
Edward O’Donnell

12/24/2021 4:00 pm

Charles Dickens: Master Storyteller
Joseph Luzzi – Bard College

12/27/2021 4:00 pm

Woodrow Wilson: A Complicated Presidency
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

12/28/2021 4:00 pm

Visions of America: The Real Stories Behind Famous Photographs
Jennifer Keene – Chapman University

12/29/2021 4:00 pm

Eleanor Roosevelt: A Defining First Lady
Allida Black / University of Virginia

12/30/2021 4:00 pm

Prohibition and American Life: A Social History of Alcohol
Allen Pietrobon

12/31/2021 4:00 pm