The Supercourse is an international repository of epidemiology and public health open source lectures on numerous topics including: family health, multiple aspects of epidemiology, diseases, public health, global health, and telecommunication. There are over 4096 lectures in 26 different languages in PowerPoint format which can be located based on author, keyword, or topic. The major objective of the Supercourse is to provide a means for faculty to share their lectures with other educators from all over the world. Supercourse was originally funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and is now supported by the National Library of Medicine. The course materials are peer reviewed to ensure quality, and lectures come from faculty members of varying disciplinary fields, including nine noble prize winners and the US Surgeon General. The Supercourse is maintained and produced by the World Health Organization Collaborating Center at the University of Pittsburgh and is a valuable resource for accessing free educational materials that are of exceptional quality.