MIT OpenCourseware

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    MIT OpenCourseWare makes the materials used in the teaching of almost all of MIT's subjects available on the Web, free of charge. The Company offers a majority provided homework problems and exams, often with solutions and lecture notes. Some courses also included interactive web demonstrations in Java, complete textbooks written by MIT professors, and streaming video lectures that are available in streaming mode and can be downloaded for viewing offline.

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    21G.221 Communicating in American Culture(s) (MIT)

    In Communicating in American Culture(s), bilingual students examine how various aspects of American culture—history, geography, institutions, traditions, values—have shaped dominant Anglo-American communication norms and responses to critical events in the world. In addition, you can expect to pract…

    18.783 Elliptic Curves (MIT)

    This graduate-level course is a computationally focused introduction to elliptic curves, with applications to number theory and cryptography.

    18.04 Complex Variables with Applications (MIT)

    Complex analysis is a basic tool with a great many practical applications to the solution of physical problems. It revolves around complex analytic functions—functions that have a complex derivative. Unlike calculus using real variables, the mere existence of a complex derivative has strong implicat…

    CMS.594 Education Technology Studio (MIT)

    Students use media and technology to develop new forms of learning experiences in schools, workplaces, and informal settings. Students participate in a range of new and ongoing projects that hone understanding and skills in learning science, instructional design, development and evaluation.

    4.401 Environmental Technologies in Buildings (MIT)

    This course focuses on the thermal, luminous, and acoustic behavior of buildings, examining the basic scientific principles underlying these phenomena and introducing students to technologies and analysis techniques for designing comfortable indoor environments. Students are challenged to apply thes…

    RES.8-007 Cosmic Origin of the Chemical Elements (MIT)

    Everything around us is made from different chemical elements: carbon, silicon, iron, and all the other elements from the Periodic Table. The lighter elements were mostly produced in the Big Bang, but the rest were (and are) formed within stars and in the explosions of supernovae. In this series of …
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    MIT OpenCourseware Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was MIT OpenCourseware founded?

      MIT OpenCourseware was founded in 2011.

    • How many employees does MIT OpenCourseware have?

      MIT OpenCourseware has 13 employees.

    • Who are MIT OpenCourseware competitors?

      Competitors of MIT OpenCourseware include Realizeit, Learnship and Absorb LMS.

    • Where is MIT OpenCourseware headquarters?

      MIT OpenCourseware headquarters is located at NE49, 600 Technology Square #2000, Cambridge.

    • Where are MIT OpenCourseware offices?

      MIT OpenCourseware has an office in Cambridge.

    • How many offices does MIT OpenCourseware have?

      MIT OpenCourseware has 1 office.