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  2. The Learning Company - Wikipedia

    The Learning Company ( TLC) was an educational software company founded in 1980 in Palo Alto, California and headquartered in Fremont, California. The company produced a grade-based line of learning software, edutainment games, and productivity tools.

  3. TTC - Wikipedia

    TTC (band), a French hip-hop trio Businesses and organizations [ edit] Toronto Transit Commission, a public transit operator in Toronto, Ontario, Canada The Teaching Company, an American company that produces recordings of lectures by university professors, the distributor of The Great Courses

  4. Wondrium - Wikipedia

    Wondrium (formerly The Great Courses) is a series of college-level audio and video courses and documentaries produced and distributed by The Teaching Company, an American company based in Chantilly, Virginia. As of 2015, it had created over 700 courses and sold over 14 million copies. [1] Contents 1 History 2 Courses and instructors

  5. List of MOOC providers - Wikipedia

    The Teaching Company Commercial as either a purchase per course or a streaming subscription for multiple courses 1990 US iversity: Business & Managemenet, IT ...

  6. Rick Roderick - Wikipedia

    Rick Roderick (June 16, 1949 – January 18, 2002) was an American professor of philosophy, best known for his lectures for The Teaching Company . Contents 1 Life 2 Academic career 3 Selected publications 3.1 The Teaching Company series 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Life [ edit]

  7. J. Rufus Fears - Wikipedia

    Jesse Rufus Fears (March 7, 1945 – October 6, 2012 [1]) was an American historian, scholar, educator, and author writing on the subjects of Ancient history, The History of Liberty, and classical studies. He is best known for his many lectures for the Teaching Company .

  8. Louis Markos - Wikipedia

    At Houston Baptist University (where he has taught since 1991), Markos offers courses in poetry, including Victorian Poetry and Prose, 17th-century Poetry and Prose, Mythology, Epic and Film. He also teaches classes on Ancient Greece and Rome for HBU’s Honors College along with courses on C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien and the Classics.

  9. Richard Wolfson (physicist) - Wikipedia

    Richard "Rich" Wolfson is the Benjamin F. Wissler professor of Physics at Middlebury College [1] since 1976. [2] He is the author of numerous articles and books. Wolfson has taught several courses at the Teaching Company. [3] Bibliography [ edit]