|MIT Offers Free Online Course Materials from 1800+ MIT Courses|
MIT is committed to advancing education and discovery through knowledge open to everyone with its free online course materials. The MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) shares free lecture notes, exams, and other resources from more than 1800 courses spanning MIT's entire curriculum.
MIT OpenCourseWare is a free publication of course materials used at MIT. Although OCW is not an MIT education nor does it grant degrees or certificates, you can still get lecture notes, problem sets and labs, watch lecture videos and demonstrations, and study a wide variety of subjects.
Find resources you can use to inspire your students.
A range of materials help you:
* Show science demonstrations by MIT faculty in your classroom.
* Provide alternate explanations to reinforce key concepts.
* Guide students to additional homework problems and exam examples.
* Add to your knowledge.
You can use this site to help your students:
* Understand concepts by watching video demonstrations.
* Study for AP exams.
* Sample the kind of work they'll be doing in college.
Highlights for High School is your guide to MIT courses selected specifically to help you prepare for AP exams, learn more about the skills and concepts you learned in school, and get a glimpse of what you'll soon study in college.
Need a break from studying? Check out videos of competitions at MIT like the Solar Decathlon. Ever see a bullet smash through a rose dipped in nitrogen? Check out the Strobe Project Laboratory. Studying for the Physics AP exam? Watch an MIT professor explain pendulums by swinging across his classroom.