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Berkeley Posting Class Lectures on Google Video October 6, 2006

Posted by Unreasonable in Matters Educational.


MIT has also been putting classes online for a couple of years, but they don’t have videos of the lectures. They do have all of the handouts, homework, tests, and lecture notes for their classes. Like Berkeley, they began with a few general classes, but they have a large selection available now.

I started watching Physics for Future Presidents, and it’s entertaining. It’s very light on formulas, and he relates things to everyday experiences. For instance: he uses the 5 second/mile delay between a flash of lightning and the clap of thunder to help students relate to the speed and energy of a meteor.

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