Wednesday, July 10, 2013

MIT Highlights for High School & Registration at MIT

High School Courses Developed by MIT

The courses here come from a variety of programs and initiatives that are affiliated with MIT, but aren't necessarily classes a typical MIT student would take. Highlights of Calculus was designed especially for MIT OpenCourseWare by Gilbert Strang to show just how relevant and accessible calculus can be.
The Chandra Astrophysics Institute was an outreach program taught on campus for students in the Boston area and would be useful for anyone interested in learning about astronomy and astrophysics.
The remaining courses were taught by student instructors through theEducational Studies Program and include a wide variety of topics from the humanities to science.




How do I register to use MIT OpenCourseWare?

MIT OpenCourseWare is free and requires no registration.

Where should I start?

Take a tour of MIT OpenCourseWare or browse courses by department
High school students and educators should check out Highlights for High School.

Why doesn't every course have solutions to assignments, quizzes, and exams?

MIT faculty and instructors publish only as much content as they are comfortable providing on a Web site that is freely accessible worldwide.
In some cases, solutions to homework assignments, quizzes, and exams are only discussed and presented in the classroom, and not made available in print or electronic format. In other cases, the instructors plan to re-use the assignments, quizzes, and exams in their MIT classrooms, so they do not wish to widely publish the solutions.

Why doesn't every MIT OpenCourseWare course offer video lectures?

Where possible, we have included pre-existing video on this site, and we continue to invest in video recordings. Video, however, remains a supplement to our mission of publishing and updating core teaching materials. Video is among the most costly types of content to produce and distribute, and including more video would impact the depth and currency of the site, affecting the many other ways visitors use our material. At present our focus remains on making the courseware used in all MIT courses available as a resource to educators and learners around the world.

Do all MIT OpenCourseWare video lectures have subtitles?

Going forward, every video lecture published by OCW will have subtitles and transcripts. However, due to the lengthy process of creating and reviewing these resources, subtitles and transcripts will often be unavailable until some time after the videos publish.
For older video lectures, we are making an effort to retroactively publish subtitles and transcripts as our resources allow.

How do I get a copy of the course pack for a particular course?

The course-pack materials that accompany most MIT courses often contain proprietary information and copyrighted materials that MIT Faculty only use in their classroom interactions with MIT students. We cannot, therefore, make these materials openly available to MIT OpenCourseWare users.


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