Posted December 13 2011 - 03:04 PM
* WikiEducator - dedicated to building a complete education curriculum by 2015
* ck12 - free, flexible textbooks for the whole American educational syllabus
* Khan Academy - a series of tutorial videos, mostly of science and maths, explaining concepts very well.
* MIT's YouTube channel - Includes entire lecture series. The one on linear algebra in damn good.
* Open Yale Courses
* Stanford's YouTube channel
* United Nations University OpenCourseWare
* John Hopkins OpenCourseWare
* eToys - free and open-source software that teaches ideas in innovative ways. For kids
* Open University's Open Learn
* P2P university]
* Connexions - Open educational content in hundreds of subjects.
* List of educational video websites on Wikipedia
* Open Culture - list online courses
* Wolfram Demonstrations Project - A compilation of pretty interactive visualizations of hundreds of phenomena in science, mathematics, music and other areas.
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Posted February 28 2012 - 11:07 AM
Internet is a revolution and it's only the beginning.
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Posted September 03 2014 - 09:40 AM
This is an interesting list... am checking though it now. I see video is the thing...