I thought I would share these links with others taking calculus courses right now.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My calculus course is using the textbookCalculus 8th editionby Larson, Hostetler, Edwards. For anyone wanting to supplement their current calculus course I strongly recommend purchasing the lecture DVDs. Dana Mosley gives an excellent lecture on EVERY section covered in this book. The ISBN for the DVDs can be found on this web page.

http://college.hmco.com/CollegeCatalog/CollegeStoreController?cmd=MainProdPage&subcmd=Main&ProdId=11085" [Broken]

Here's an example at this site of what the lectures on the DVDs are like...

http://www.chalkdust.com/calone.html" [Broken]

I've found some online calculus lectures from this university. There are lectures for Calc I and Calc II. Nice but not as thorough as the DVDs...

http://math.sfsu.edu/goetz/Teaching/" [Broken]

If anyone has any other links please contribute...

Thanks

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# Homework Help: Calculus tutorial DVDs and video links

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