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  • Best for:
    Higher Education Students, High School students, Teachers, General interest
    Subjects:
    Business, Energy, Engineering, Fine Arts, Health and Medicine, Humanities, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Society, Teaching and Education
    Type of learning:
    Academic, General Interest
    Course type:
    Free self-paced content
    Languages:
    English, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Spanish, Portuguese, Persian, Korean
    Certification:
    No
    Learning pathways:
    Curriculum guide
    Mobile Apps:
    No
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    MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) undergraduate and graduate course content, representing over 80,000 free resources, allowing users to enhance or refresh their knowledge or teach others. The site also features a High School offering with resources most useful for high school students and teachers. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. In most cases, the content takes the form of course documents such as syllabi, lecture notes, audio/video lectures, online textbooks, assignments and exams. No registration is required.

    Tools & Features
    • 80,000+ resources
    • 2,200+ courses
    • Content for high school students
    • Lecture notes, Projects and examples, Multimedia content, Assignments/Exams and solutions, Online textbooks
    • Subtitles & transcripts with some lecture videos
    • Curriculum guide
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Recent Reviews

  1. Carolyn
    3/5,
    "A good resource for Higher Ed independent study"
    Number of courses:
    5/5,
    Partner Institutions:
    5/5,
    Course format:
    4/5,
    Materials:
    4/5,
    Instruction:
    4/5,
    Assessment:
    4/5,
    Accreditation:
    1/5,
    Social tools & features:
    1/5,
    Interface usability:
    3/5,
    Pros - Vast repertoire of quality content
    Content for High School students
    All content is free
    No registration is required
    Cons - No guidance, feedback or social interaction
    No certification
    Fairly basic interface
    MIT Opencourseware offers free access to a vast library of undergraduate and graduate course content. Ideal for self-directed users looking to learn without the social experience.

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