Some useful links to help with your studies.

TED Talks – videos and transcripts of inspirational talks by leading subject experts.

The Faculties – videos and podcasts of English, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, History and Psychology lectures from UK universities.

In Our Time archive - a vast range of radio discussions between academic experts on almost everything imaginable – listen online or download as MP3 files to play on the move.

 

Futurelearn - browse the online free courses on a wide range of subjects – all provided by Universities and constantly updated with courses that are linked to a wide range of A-level courses and beyond…

 

Loopa - a great resource for students studying and revising A-level Psychology.

 

BBC News online

 

Al Jazeera English 


CNN online


The Economist


The New Statesman magazine


The Financial Times online


The Financial Times (for secondary schools) - our school is registered to enable access to full content from within the school. You are also encouraged to register yourself for updates at https://join.ft.com/f52def46-bc77-4211-9095-0c292609f469


The New Scientist - we have subscriber access to the full archive with the login available from the 6th Form librarian


The New Internationalist - we have subscriber access to the full archive with the login available from the 6th Form librarian


Michael Sandel’s ‘Justice’ course – the most popular Uni course in the world, both at Harvard (everyone goes) and on-line – covers the nature of morality and justice


Coursera - free online courses from a range of Universities


MIT - free online courses from MIT


EDX - free online courses from a range of Universities

 

Khan Academy - free online courses on all sorts of things


Yale - free online courses from Yale


iTunes U - accessible via itunes and containing courses from everywhere, including loads from Oxford University


HE+ - a website put together by Cambridge University to support 6th form students in all subjects with wider reading and applications (not just for Cambridge)


Staircase 12 - a website put together by University College, Oxford to support students considering HE applications (not just Oxford) - contains interviews and book reviews from current students


Oxford University podcasts 


Cambridge University audio and video lectures 


Directory of Open Access Journals


CrashCourse on YouTube is fantastic for lots of subjects, parcelling them up into 10 minute videos including nice animation


IFL Science - well worth following for updates on science stories 

 

Further links to reading resources are contained in the SMRT Sixth Form reading list available below.