Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Featured 7-16-2014: MIT OpenCourseWare

MIT OpenCourseWare makes the materials used in the teaching of almost all of MIT's undergraduate and graduate courses freely available on the web.

With more than 2200 courses available, OpenCourseWare provides free MIT educational content that can be used to augment your knowledge or in teaching others.
Each course consists of at least two parts: some type of instruction (a syllabus, lecture notes, reading list, calendar, etc) and a learning activity such as assignments, quizzes, or exams.
You may choose to use a complete course from beginning to end or just implement select concepts. You may use the material at your own pace.
Physics III
OpenCourseWare offers several resources for you to use, adapt, and share with your students:
  • Use advanced search to find assignments, recitations, exams, labs, study materials, or related resources on a specific topic.
  • Simulations, applets, and visualizations let your students modify or control experiments.
  • Audio and video lectures can facilitate a flipped classroom.
  • Students can review concepts they should master for your course.
 Visit the MIT OpenCourseWare YouTube channel
MIT OpenCourseWare is free and requires no registration.

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