How to Watch Wondrium on Windows
You can stream Wondrium on Windows. Here’s how to sign up, download, install, and start streaming Wondrium using your Windows. Learn how to get the most out of your Windows while using Wondrium.
Wondrium is a subscription video service with thousands of online courses (with 8,000+ video lectures and up to 600 guidebooks), documentaries, series, and exclusives from short-form to long-form videos. These educational videos cover a wide range of subjects such as math, science, history, biology, chemistry, crafts, art, music, personal development, chemistry, foreign language, English, French, Spanish, German, and other categories. There are lectures added monthly, so there is always something new to learn.
There is a “Monthly Plan” for $20/month, a “Quarterly Plan” for $15/month (25% off the monthly plan), and an “Annual Plan” for $12.50/month. Each plan comes with a 14-day free trial.
Wondrium was created by people from The Teaching Company, known for creating The Great Courses. They decided to offer thousands of new online learning experiences through a new service, and 30 years later, 20 million courses on Wondrium have been taken.
Benefits of the Wondrium membership include a discount on DVDs and downloads from The Great Courses, free shipping from The Great Courses on all orders shipped in the US and Canada, and access to PDFs of 600+ guidebooks and workbooks from online courses.
Windows is a computer that can be used to watch Live TV Streaming Services and On Demand Streaming Services.
Can you stream Wondrium on Windows?
How to Sign Up and Download Wondrium on Windows
- Click here to sign up for Wondrium.
- Watch content on the Wondrium website.
How to Sign Up for Wondrium on Other Streaming Devices
If you have other devices, you can learn how to sign up for and use Wondrium on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
What features are available on Wondrium?
No Parental Controls
There are no parental controls for Wondrium.
Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, Max, Hulu, Netflix, Paramount Plus, Peacock, SHOWTIME, and STARZ have parental control features.
Wondrium allows you to download certain content for offline viewing.
Wondrium has hundreds upon thousands of original documentaries (“Reporting 9/11 and Why it Still Matters,” “Breaking Their Silences,” “Academy of Hope: Taking on America’s Adult Education Problem), series (“The Secret World of Espionage,” “Mind-Blowing Science,” “Exploring the Mayan World), and courses (“How to Play the Ukulele,” “The Art of Video Storytelling,” “Identity in the Age of Ancestral DNA) on a variety of topics.
There are “Wondrium Pilots” which are introductory videos to an upcoming course. Examples include “The Haitian Revolution,” “Mesopotamium Creation Stories,” “The Developing Brain,” and “Business Etiquette for the Virtual World.”
“Wondrium Exclusives” are short-form videos that give you quick overviews of a subject. Titles include “The Human Cosmos,” “Lincoln Capitol Insurrection in America,” “The Ancient Olympics,” and “Cryptocurrency.”
Wondrium has educational courses with 8,000+ video lectures as well as numerous series in subjects such as art, business & finance, food & drink, health & mindfulness, history, hobby & personal pursuits, literature, mathematics, music, philosophy & religion, professional growth, science, travel & culture, and more.) Each month, Wondrium adds 3-8 new learning experiences.
There are courses like “The Rise of Modern Japan” from The Great Courses collection, “Pen & Ink Essentials” from Craftsy, “Roadhouse Funk” from CLI Studios, “The 21-Day Yoga Challenge” from Commune, and lots more.
Series include “America From Above: The East Coast” from Magellan, “Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth with Bill Moyers” from Kino Lorber, “Crimes of the Century” from The Great Courses, among others.
Along with Wondrium’s own documentaries, there are titles from Magellan like “The Beethoven Files,” “Faster Than Light,” “Birth of Planet Earth,” as well as titles from Kino Lorber such as “The Revisionaries,” “The Atomic Cafe,” “More Than Honey,” and so much more.