Want to go to MIT? Check out their Open Course Work online – For Free!

December 11, 2008

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Have you ever thought about your kids going to MIT?  Or wanted to go yourself?

Guess what?  MIT has put TONS of their courses online, free for anyone to use.  It’s called MIT Open Course Ware.  It’s an amazing resource of 1800 courses.  Each course has the course material available which can include a syllabus, images, videos, lecture notes, assignments, and reading lists.

Find full MIT college courses in:

And if you’ve got high school students and want to see what MIT has specifically for them, check out the page dedicated to their offerings most useful to high school students and their teachers.

What a great chance to throw some high quality college course work into the schedule of your older kids, or pick a topic you’ve always wanted to learn more about.

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  1. California Online High Schools August 11, 2009 12:00 pm

    Check out Kaplan’s online high school curriculum, now available free from the state of California for high school students living in California. Students can go to school from home 100% online and all the curriculum is provided. Here is a short video from Kaplan’s online high school program for California students.


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