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  • Ask HN: Best basic to advanced Physics book(s)?
    There are a lot of books, and online courses. Given the breadth of topics in undergrad physics, may I suggest materials from MIT Open Courseware? My theory is that you can get a sequence of courses, or at least the materials for them, that are consistent. I know this doesn't really answer your book request, but by perusing the online courseware, you might get an idea of which books are... - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
  • Ask HN: Free online courses for gifted maths students
    If the kid is interested in college-level courses, MIT makes many of them available for free on OpenCourseWare: - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
  • Best 33 YouTube Channels Every Coder Must Subscribe Now
    A free and open online publication of educational material from thousands of MIT courses, covering the entire MIT curriculum, ranging from introductory to the most advanced graduate courses. On the OCW website, each course includes a syllabus, instructional material like notes and reading lists, and learning activities like assignments and solutions. Some courses also have videos, online textbooks, and faculty... - Source: / 4 months ago
  • Would you forgive student loan debt if you were the President?
    Here you go. That's from the highly acclaimed M.I.T. "MIT OpenCourseWare (MIT OCW) is an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to publish all of the educational materials from its undergraduate- and graduate-level courses online, freely and openly available to anyone, anywhere." Enjoy your free education. More important than money, right? Go ahead, it's right there, no... Source: 4 months ago
  • So how DO you do your due dilligence?
    Apply as needed to topics you care about and use. If I was ever seriously using the information Dan presented to me, I'd have to learn more about how to interpret film. One way could be to check out MIT Open Courseware and find a media studies course, look at the readings, and find some basic texts from an introductory course that could help me understand how the information is generated. Another could be to watch... Source: 4 months ago
  • how to study math privately
    From what I know the only websites has a list of comprehensive advanced math courses (junior and senior level even grad school) is MITOpenCourse Source: 9 months ago
  • Where and how to study to become an electrical engineer by yourself ?
    MIT open coursework - Basically the majority of Massachusetts Institute of Technology's courses online for free. Source: 10 months ago
  • Advice
    MIT OCW has free recordings and course materials like homework and exams from previous classes. Source: 10 months ago
  • Low IQ take on low IQ
    And you'll need to learn the basics before you can understand the advanced stuff like you're talking about. Even a high IQ person will need to do that. For a high IQ person it might go faster, but they don't get to just skip to the end, not with the advanced stuff you're talking about. So educate yourself. Enrol in classes (nowadays there are plenty of online resources, e.g. Source: 10 months ago
  • How long is the average PSet in math classes? On average, how long do you get to complete them?
    You can find examples of math PSETs on OpenCourseWare as length varies. Most classes have a weekly deadline for PSETs. Source: 10 months ago
  • Is it too late to get into a high end CS school?
    One nice thing I'll say about MIT is that they've been publishing course materials for most (if not all) of the courses they offer on campus via for over a decade, for anyone to use free of charge. IMO this is still the best repository of its kind in existence. Source: 10 months ago
  • How to take classes at MIT?
    You could always take a look at OCW! You miss in-person benefits and some courses are a little outdated, but it's otherwise a great resource. Source: 10 months ago
  • What life changing item can you buy for less than $100?
    MIT courseware is also free and applies to all the big-brain stuff. If I ever have time to get back into programming I might hit some up. Source: 10 months ago
  • LPT MIT offers an online version of a lot of their courses for free at MIT open courseware
    Here’s the link, if anyone’s looking for it: Source: 11 months ago
  • Anyone know of any good video lectures for Computer Vision? From great professors at well-regarded universities
    There’s almost definitely a few on open courseware from MIT. Source: 11 months ago
  • Online programming courses
    If you're looking for knowledge and knowledge only, you can check out the opencourseware of american colleges. For example, there's and and stuff like that. Super useful to get that extra bit of knowledge. Source: 11 months ago
  • Are there any baddies majoring in physics?
    It's a good idea to look up some university-level physics courses online to get an idea of what you'll be in for, and to get a better idea of if studying physics really is what you think it'll be. For example, check out these introductory lectures or have a look through MIT's OpenCourseware. Source: 11 months ago
  • Struggling with Physics
    From my experience, I used to hate physics in sec 1 & 2. But then I discovered mit ocw ( and did the courses 8.01, 8.02 and 8.03 (the content within these courses will be enough for up to a lvls). The course professors are very clear in explanation and really helped me. Now physics is a breeze for me. Idk if this will be applicable to you but just thought I'd share :). Source: 11 months ago
  • If you could quit your day job and follow you passion, what would you do?
    The public library and internet exist. College is, unless you plan on working in a specific, highly technical field, a waste of money and time. MIT offers free online courses. Source: 11 months ago
  • Does anyone know a book covering the internal politics of the military?
    In the future, and to share a useful ressource, I find the MITOpenCourseWare ( really useful, and for this topic specifically "Civil-Military Relations" by Prof. Roger Petersen. The following link goes straight to the readings, which has a really wide range of sources organised by topic (, including long... Source: 12 months ago
  • Oh Diggleberry.
    Harvard, MIT, Yale, and many other colleges and universities make all their curriculum and lectures available online for free. Look into Open Educational Resources. They do this willingly because they believe the value they provide is in the relationships and networks you build at the school. Find a recent graduate from a private college, who knew what they wanted to do career-wise, via majors, internships, etc.... Source: 11 months ago

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