Hey, it seems there's an abundance of valuable learning resources online, especially on youtube, but, it's not always organized as well as it could be. I think we should compile lists of youtube lecture series that span entire undergraduate curricula for all sorts of engineering, science, and math majors. I know there's MIT, Berkeley, Stanford, Nptelhrd, KhanAcademy/PatrickJMT, UNSW, and a few obscure video series if you dig hard enough (especially on Youtube.com/edu). Some videos are a bit better than others—Khan Academy is probably the most effective at teaching, MIT videos are better in quality than Nptelhrd videos, even though the selection is fewer. So, let's start by getting lists of the core curricula for given disciplines. Who's with me?