EBM and Clinical Support Librarians@UCHC

A blog for medical students, faculty and librarians about their use of evidence based medicine, clinical literature, Web 2.0, sources and search strategies

Instruction: Yale Open Courses announced

Connecticut is a very small state (you can drive straight through it on I-95 in about 2 hours if the traffic is light… which of course it never is!). There are two academic-medical institutions in the state, Yale School of Medicine in New Haven and UConn School of Medicine & Dental Medicine in Farmington. Being collegial, we get to know one anothers’ institutions and professional staff pretty well over the years. Yale medical students participate in some of the activities that UConn sponsors, such as electives.

So when Yale University announced on Dec 11 2007 that seven of its’ most popular undergraduate courses will now be available, online and at no cost to anyone, it is with pleasure that I announce this on my blog. There are plans to add 30 more courses over time.

Here is a: Yale press release. And a screenshot:

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