With about 740 courses and 18,000 videolectures, FreeVideoLectures is one of the largest video archives for higher education, and is also freely available in other repositories. FreeVideoLectures is a non-profit organisation committed to organizing educational videos and making them freely accessible and downloadable. The Videos are organized into 35 subject categories and are provided by more than 20 top American Universities, such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford etc. All the videos are freely viewable, as they are embedded in the website and most are downloadable in different formats. On the same screen, the lectures are accompanied by a course description, syllabus (in many cases), and lists of related lectures, the courses included in the same category, and all subjects covered on the website. FVL provides videos on a wide range of topics from Biosciences and Entrepreneurship to History, Law and the Social sciences. It has almost 200 videos grouped into nine courses. The site allows access via blog and can be accessed through any of the main social networks. There are also some tools for personalising the site, such as ‘favourites’ which can be saved after registration with the site, and users can receive news of all the updates and follow them using RSS feeds. There is a key word search window at both site and university level, and a single contents search.