Recorded Faculty-Led Online Talks
Virtual Museum Tours
Take a look at some of the online tours you can “visit” in Virginia.
Thoughts From the Lawn Blog
The Thoughts From the Lawn blog features posts by UVA faculty related to upcoming lectures, books written, educational events, and research conducted on relevant topics. Join the discussion and share your thoughts.
Open the doors to a lifetime of learning with audio recordings of UVA faculty lectures. Many More Than The Score, Reunions Seminars and Engaging the Mind talks are available for you to listen to, download, and share. These audio recordings are free for alumni, parents and friends to enjoy!
UVA MOOCs via Coursera
Coursera is an entrepreneurial company that partners with top universities around the world to offer free online courses to anyone. Coursera students watch lectures taught by world-class professors, learn at their own pace, test their knowledge, and reinforce concepts through interactive exercises. When students join a Coursera course, they are also joining a global community of thousands of students.
Lifetime Learning partnered with the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation to create a Coursera MOOC course on Patrick Henry: Forgotten Founder. This course was launched Fall 2017.
Each year, there is a ranking of the best MOOCs by the third party, Class Central, based on independent ratings by validated learners across all the platforms in all the different languages. There are 78 million learners taking 9,400 courses from over 800 universities.
This year, the Patrick Henry: Forgotten Founder MOOC made it on the top 20 list! We are proud to announce that this remarkable course is #14.
John Ragosta is the author of Patrick Henry: Proclaiming a Revolution, Routledge Press 2016, the faculty teaching this thought-provoking Patrick Henry MOOC, and he is lead faculty for Lifetime Learning’s Summer Jefferson Symposium.
Free Online Research Library for Alumni
Lifetime Learning provides alumni with free access to a robust online research library featuring six databases with over 10,000 journals and articles, many of which are full-text. These databases are available free of cost to all University of Virginia alumni through your HoosOnline account. Whether you have returned to school, work for a major corporation or stay at home with children, the library databases can be a great intellectual resource. Search the databases to keep you up-to-date on the latest topics, discoveries, business books or wellness information.
Online Education @ UVA
This site has information for learning online and distance education programs across the University of Virginia. If you are interested in business, project planning,engineering, medicine, cybersecurity, data sciences, or humanities then you have found the right place for e-learning, online learning, distance education, training, digital resources, tutorials and web-based educational content from UVA. There are hundreds of courses and dozens of certificate and degree programs available. Content on this site includes for credit, non-credit, free, open educational resources, and tuition courses, certificates and degrees.