Here is my (Jack Le Moine) post on their website.
Have you ever wanted to get all of history in just one course? Not all the details – just the bare fundamentals. That’s what this course is: a summary of what has happened from the beginning of time. Then there’s current history. We’ll summarize the important trends in the world today. Finally, we will project what will happen in the future.
This class will not be advocating any point of view although controversial topics will be probably unavoidable. – Just how did the universe begin, anyway? For this and all the rest, we will cover the major conclusions of academics and other authorities in the various topics.
The instructor, Jack Le Moine, publishes History Moments. It may be accessed at http://historyweblog.com. At the time this is being written, the site is running the series Columbus Discovers America, written by Columbus himself. It publishes original material by Jack and old material by the great historians of the past. Jack also is the guy behind other websites:
American History — stories from the history of the United States of America — american.historyweblog.com
Ancient History — stories of the Stone Ages, the Bronze Age, the Classical Age, and the rest of the ancient history — ancient.historyweblog.com
British History — history stories of England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and the United Kingdom as a whole — british.historyweblog.com
Christian History — history stories of the Catholic Church, the Protestant Denominations, the Orthodox Church, and the Christian Religion as a whole — christian.historyweblog.com
French History — stories from the history of France — french.historyweblog.com
German History — stories from the history of Germany including earlier independent German states such as Prussia and Bavaria — german.historyweblog.com
Medieval History — stories of the Dark and the Middle Ages — medieval.historyweblog.com
Oriental History — history stories of China, Japan, Indo-China, and the rest of easteern Asia — oriental.historyweblog.com
Russian History — stories of Muscovy, Novogorad, the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Russian Republic — russian.historyweblog.com
Spanish History — stories from the history of Spain — spanish.historyweblog.com
Here’s the first episode of the series on Big History from the folks at Crash Course: http://historyweblog.com/2014/09/the-big-bang/ This will give you an idea of what the course will be about.