Free MIT Textbooks

February 24, 2014

More free books! On its blog, Open Matters, MIT OpenCourseWare shares a long list of materials on its OCW Bookshelf. This would be one to both explore now and note for future reference. The page’s introduction tells us:

“MIT OpenCourseWare shares the course materials from classes taught on the MIT campus. In most cases, this takes the form of course documents such as syllabi, lecture notes, assignments and exams. Occasionally, however, we come across textbooks we can share openly. This page provides an index of textbooks (and textbook-like course notes) that can be found throughout the OCW site. (Note that in most cases, resources are listed below by the course they are associated with.)”

The resources touch on a wide range of subjects taught at MIT. A few interesting associated course titles include “Design of Electromechanical Robotic Systems”, “Transcribing Prosodic Structures of Spoken Utterances with ToBI”, “Electromagnetic Field Theory: a Problem Solving Approach”, and “Evolution of Physical Oceanography.” Also listed are courses in Chinese and Japanese. See the eclectic list for yourself; a subject you’ve been wanting to learn more about may just available here.

Cynthia Murrell, February 24, 2014

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