I am wondering how I can find and keep updated of the latest colloquia and talks videos. I imagine that schools may take videos of talks they hosted and upload them somewhere. Of course not every school/department does this, and this depends on the field that one is interested in. But if I know where they are, I can check for updates manually, or set up some sort of feed/automated notification with keyword filtering.
To be more clear I am not looking for videos of online classes (e.g., http://coursera.org), but talks about the latest work in one's field.
From my experience not very many schools record talks as a matter of policy. But the special institutes often do.
- MSRI has videos available for workshops dating back to at least 2004.
- Fields Institute also has a large collection.
- Newton Institute records almost all of its seminars and colloquiums.
- IHP has a Youtube Channel, and if you follow them on Google+ you get updates (sometimes even hourly) on new videos.
- Clay records their research conferences.
- Simons Center for Geometry and Physics no longer maintains a central list of videos. But if you visit the individual workshop pages the videos are made available very soon after the talks.
- QGM (Centre for Quantum Geometry of Moduli Spaces) records their conferences and master classes.
- Banff International Research Station (BIRS) makes conference/workshop videos available.