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I am wondering if there is some online resource for video lectures on the topic of differential geometry.

Thanks a lot

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Not quite a mathematical question. – lhf May 2 '12 at 22:21
That would help a lot of student. I know this site but there there is no DG. – checkmath May 2 '12 at 22:25
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Clay Mathematics Institute 2005 Summer School on Ricci Flow, 3 Manifolds And Geometry generously provided video recordings of the lectures that are extremely useful for differential geometry students.

In fact, MSRI Online Videos is enormous, and their archive has some interesting parts [for DG students] (not quite sure if they still work, though).

I am not mentioning Youtube here but if you are interested in elementary topics you may find some useful videos there.

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This answer provides a very useful video course on Youtube – Yuri Vyatkin Jun 7 '13 at 6:03

A rather late answer, but for anyone finding this via search: MSRI is currently (Spring 2016) hosting a program on Differential Geometry that has/will have extensive video of all lectures given in the related workshops (Connections for Women, Introductory Workshop on Modern Riemannian Geometry, Kähler Geometry, Einstein Metrics, and Generalizations, and Geometric Flows in Riemannian and Complex Geometry). Scroll down to the schedule at the bottom of the page, click through to the workshop pages, and you will see a video link to watch each talk listed.

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