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There are no slides, videos, or lecture notes, which makes this open courseware inferior to other universities that offer extensive resources. Khan Academy This website has a variety of video lessons for free.

Since there is not any more explanation beyond the slides, it may require you to dig deeper in your own research to understand the whole lecture. Stanford on i Tunes U Stanford on i Tunes U gives you two options.

You can either subscribe to the updated video lectures, or simply download the one you’d like to watch.

You can download all the course material, which is nearly identical to the course taught at MIT (it even gives you the year and semester it was taught).

Since it is an on-demand course, you don’t have any ability to connect with others who are taking it.

Other users can rate the class, which may help you in deciding what course to take.

The main page does warn that there is a new site design coming in the fall of 2012, so there may be changes soon. Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative This website is well designed with ample content to explain how Carnegie Mellon’s OLI works.

You can register for classes offered by Harvard, MIT, Berkeley, and other prestigious schools.

If you are looking for a class you can do on your own time, this isn’t the website for you.

You can stop and start as you need to since it is broken down into small pieces.

Aside from the slides, there aren’t any other materials to test your acquisition of knowledge. USQ Australia Open Courseware USQ’s courseware is limited with only ten different free online courses offered, mostly in technology.

hether you are looking for a master’s degree program, computer science classes, a K-12 curriculum, or GED study program, this list gives you a look at 50 websites that offer free online courses.

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