More and more universities are putting video courses online but combing through various collegiate and organisation websites looking for videos is tedious. Einztein gathers videos and virtual courses from across the web for easy keyword and category-based browsing.
You can search the Einztein Knowledge Network via keyword search, by browsing predefined categories, or once you’ve found a few videos you’re interested in by the tags assigned to those videos. Each entry in the Einztein database indicates what type of additional media is available — many courses have accompanying documents and audio files — as well as the ranking by other Einztein users.
When you visit the site you’ll see a prominent sign up box for beta testing that makes it sound like Einztein isn’t fully operational yet. The beta sign up is for contributors, not for users so go ahead and search and browse as much as you want without worrying about signing up for anything.
If you find a particularly interesting course in your exploration of the service make sure to share a link in the comments below. Have another resource for finding educational videos and tools online? We want to hear about that too. Einztein is a free service that requires no registration.